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abstract noun: A noun denoting a quality or characteristic in gener^.
term: In general, any term, word or expression which 5 ACROPHONY denotes a notion, concept, idea, in contradistinction to a con-- Crete term (q.v.).
absolute: Considered in and for itself (e.g., absolute jorm)^ oi constituting a self-sufl SIcient entity (e.g., absolute ablative). absolute adjective: An adjective used as a substantive.
(Also used aftei^ certain preposi- tions.) Achaean: One of the western dialects of ancient Greek, acoustic: Relating to sound and sound perception, acoustic features: The features of sound in any given utterance, as they are or may b^ recorded experimentally.
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(E.g., in Japanese, this case is usually formed by placing the particle ova after the noun.) absolute construction: A construction no element or part of which is linked grammatically to the rest of the sentence.
(E.g., absolute ablative.) absolute form: The basic, uninfiected, phonetically and morpho- logically unchanged form of a word as it appears when de- tached from context, i.e., when spoken alone. sandhi- form.) absolute position: In phonetics, the position had by a word, phrase or another linguistic fium (q.v.) when it constitutes a sentence without being a part of a la^^ger linguistic form.