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gerund infinitive

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gerund /ˈdʒɛrənd/ n
  1. a noun formed from a verb, denoting an action or state. In English, the gerund, like the present participle, is formed in -ing: the living is easy
Etymology: 16th Century: from Late Latin gerundium, from Latin gerundum something to be carried on, from gerere to wage

gerundial /dʒɪˈrʌndɪəl/ adj




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