Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The translative case marks "becoming something" on the noun.
By taking this translative approach, the implementation is always generated (either manually, or more typically, automatically) directly from the analysis.
Translative notational skill to perform music and Aural music listening behaviors.
The following image demonstrates the usage of phase correlation to determine relative translative movement between two images corrupted by independent Gaussian noise.
First infinitive has a so-called "long form", having the ending of the nominal translative case and an obligatory possessive suffix.
Plural illative, inessive, elative, allative, adessive, ablative, translative have a short form in some words.
Other cases are accusative, dative, genitive, locative, directional, ablative, comitative, comparative, invocative and translative.
Though they are not traditionally considered so, the essive and translative cases also can be considered locative, for a system of eight (out of fourteen) cases.
It completes the series of "to/in/from a state" series consisting of the translative case, the essive case and the exessive case.
Thus, if a target state is specific, it is placed in the translative case (-ksi), e.g. lehti vaalenee keltaiseksi "the leaf pales to yellow".
This is the origin of the three-way systems as the three different ones in Karelian Finnish (illative/inessive/elative, allative/adessive/ablative, translative/essive/exessive).
The name "general locatives" is sometimes used of the essive and translative cases (as well as partitive above) because their oldest meanings imply that they have been used to indicate location.
Translational research is another term for translative research and translational science, although it fails to disambiguate itself from research that is not scientific (e.g., market research), which are considered outside its scope.
For the regular tetrahedron, for example, it is known that both the lattice kissing number and the translative kissing number are equal to 18, whereas the congruent kissing number is at least 56.
In terms of inflection on nouns, Votic has two numbers (singular, plural), and 16 cases: nominative, genitive, accusative (distinct for pronouns), partitive, illative, inessive, elative, allative, adessive, ablative, translative, essive, excessive case, abessive, comitative, terminative.
In modern Finnish, it has been superseded by a more complicated system of locative cases and enclitics, when the original -s has merged with another lative or locative suffix, and turned into the modern inessive, elative, illative and even translative suffixes.