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classConcept
statuscandidate
prefLabel@entransitive
definition@enA verb which takes a direct object; that is, a verb that expresses an action which directly affects another person or thing. (source: www.southwestern.edu/~carlg/Latin_Web/glossary.html)
notationtransitive
example@enThe man has a horse (source: ark.wz.cz/cidarke/mverb.html)
note@en
Bring transitive, intransitive, and di/bitransitive into conformance with regard to definition. The form given here is one option. A parallel option might be: Property of a verb which takes a direct object, such that the verb expresses an action which directly affects another person or thing.
Transitive, intransitive, and di/bitransitive are listed as simple data categories, but without indicating a complex data category with which they are associated. This should probably be /transitivity/.
changeNoteThis concept is based on the ISOcat data category: http://www.isocat.org/datcat/DC-1405
inSchemeSyntax
inSkosCollectionCORNETTO-LMF
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toBeChecked---
urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11459/CCR_C-1405_cebacec3-e397-6cdf-77ee-42aef4f06a21
licenseCreative Commons Attribution (CC BY) (use the uri above for the attribution)

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