Definition of Delative case

1. Noun. (grammar) case used to indicate movement '''from''' an object. In English, this is usually expressed by the prepositions '''from''' or '''off of''', as in "down off of the house." Hungarian is a language that uses the delative case. ¹



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delapidated
delapse
delapsed
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delapsion
delapsions
delate
delated
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delating
delation
delations
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delative case (current term)
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delavirdine
delaware
delay
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delay differential equations
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delayed-action preparations
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