nonstative

nonstative

[non-sta-tiv]
adjective Grammar.
(of a verb) expressing an action or process, as run or grow, and able to be used in either simple or progressive tenses: I run every day. I am running home now.
Also, dynamic.
Compare stative.


Origin:
non- + stative

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nonstative (nɒnˈsteɪtɪv)
 
adj
1.  Compare stative denoting a verb describing an action rather than a state, as for example throw or thank as opposed to know or hate
 
n
2.  a nonstative verb

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