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cognate in Linguistics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcognatecog‧nate1 /ˈkɒɡneɪt $ ˈkɑːɡ-/ adjective technical  SLSAMEcognate words or languages have the same origin
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cognateInstead, Woodward obtained a cognate figure of 60 percent.But more subject assessors operating in the same cognate group leads to the need for more induction and training.The meeting of both needs have been greatly helped by the appointment of Principal Subject Assessors in the larger cognate groups.