Definition of Inchoative aspect

1. Noun. Aspect with regard to the beginning of the action of the verb.

Exact synonyms: Inchoative
Generic synonyms: Aspect



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inchoative Aspect

inchmeal
inchmen
inchoactive
inchoactives
inchoate
inchoated
inchoatedness
inchoately
inchoateness
inchoatenesses
inchoates
inchoating
inchoation
inchoations
inchoative
inchoative aspect (current term)
inchoatively
inchoatives
inchpin
inchpins
inchwide
inchworm
inchworms
incicurable
incide
incidence
incidence angle
incidence density
incidence function
incidence functions

Literary usage of Inchoative aspect

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1. How to Learn Russian: A Manual for Students of Russian. Based Upon the by Henry Riola (1878)
"The inchoative aspect formed by means of the prefix за, generally denotes an involuntary ... inchoative aspect."

2. Russian reader: accented texts, grammatical and explanatory notes by Paul Jean Marie Boyer, Nikolaĭ Vasilʹevich Speranskiĭ, Leo Tolstoy, Samuel Northrup Harper (1906)
"Originally inchoative aspect; only used in the reflexive form. Cf. p. 67 n. 4. 3. Нужно било. The impersonal constructions signifying necessity, opportunity ..."

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