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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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inflectedin‧flect‧ed /ɪnˈflektɪd/ adjective  SLG technical an inflected language contains many words which change their form according to their meaning or use
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inflectedAs lines approach one another their form is inflected.Figure 3.5 Percentage low vowel in variable monosyllables and prefixed and inflected disyllables.Instead, there would be a set of lexical rules indicating which affix had to be added to produce each inflected form.Frequency effects for irregularly inflected forms are also studied.Within the definition of a root form of a word is contained information about the inflected forms of the word.Furthermore, it is necessary to relate inflected forms to root forms.German is an inflected language.
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