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declensionde‧clen‧sion /dɪˈklenʃən/ noun [countable]  1 SLGthe set of various forms that a noun, pronoun, or adjective can have according to whether it is the subject, object etc of a sentence in a language such as Latin or German2 SLGa particular set of nouns etc that all have the same set of forms
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