ablative case

NOUN
  1. the case indicating the agent in passive sentences or the instrument or manner or place of the action described by the verb
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How To Use ablative case In A Sentence

  • I can still remember that a few decades on, just as I can recall all the Latin prepositions that take the ablative case, courtesy of a rhyme.
  • I can still remember that a few decades on, just as I can recall all the Latin prepositions that take the ablative case, courtesy of a rhyme.
  • Father of Eleven calls his blog Nihilo, the ablative case of the Latin word for nothing. BatesLine: November 2005 Archives
  • My Mongolian had got as far as the ablative case and the important greeting noxhoi-khoi, ‘hold the dog’.
  • Indeed, the nominal part of this prepositional phrase is not in the nominative case; sub governs the ablative case.
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