Transitivity (definition)

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'Transitivity' can be defined as a grammatical characteristic of a verb that describes the number of arguments a verb can take. More generally, transitivity is a grammatical property that sets the required number of arguments in relation to some grammatical context or environment. Transitivity is the umbrella term that contains a set of types including: unaccusative, transitive, intransitive, and unergative.

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