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verbal

Definitions


[ˈvəːbl], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- relating to or in the form of words
(e.g: the root of the problem is visual rather than verbal)

- relating to or derived from a verb
(e.g: a verbal adjective)


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Origin:
late 15th century (describing a person who deals with words rather than things): from French, or from late Latin verbalis, from verbum ‘word’ (see verb)


[ˈvəːbl], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a word or words functioning as a verb.

- abuse; insults
(e.g: just a bit of air-wave verbals)

- the lyrics of a song or the dialogue of a film
(e.g: it is the responsibility of the directors to do better with the verbals)

- a verbal statement containing a damaging admission alleged to have been made to the police, and offered as evidence by the prosecution.


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[ˈvəːbl], (Verb)

Definitions:
- attribute a damaging statement to (a suspect), especially dishonestly.


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