[ˈpɑːtɪsɪp(ə)l, pɑːˈtɪsɪp(ə)l]
participles (plural noun)
  1. a word formed from a verb (e.g. going, gone, being, been) and used as an adjective (e.g. working woman, burnt toast) or a noun (e.g. good breeding). In English participles are also used to make compound verb forms (e.g. is going, has been).Compare with gerund.
late Middle English: from Old French, by-form of participe, from Latin participium ‘(verbal form) sharing (the functions of a noun)’, from participare ‘share in’.
Words that rhyme with participle:
How to use participle in a sentence?
the present participle in English is always the morph ‘-ing’.
a past participle of the first conjugation.
How to say participle in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic النعت
Bosnian (Latin) particip
Bulgarian (NOUN)причастие
Cantonese (Traditional) 分詞
Catalan (NOUN)participi
Chinese Simplified 分词
Chinese Traditional 分詞
Croatian particip
Czech Příčestí
Danish participium
Dutch deelwoord
Estonian kesksõna
Finnish (taivutusmuoto)
French (NOUN)masculin, participe
(ADJECTIVE)Participe passé
German (NOUN)Partizip
Greek (ADJECTIVE)μετοχή
Hebrew קרובים:
Hindi कृदंत
Hmong Daw tej txhais me me
Hungarian igenév
Indonesian partisip
Italian (NOUN)participio
Japanese (NOUN)分詞
Korean (NOUN)분사
Latvian divdabis
Lithuanian rūšies dalyvis
Norwegian Bokmål partisipp
Persian صفت
Polish imiesłów bierny
Portuguese (NOUN)particípio
Querétaro Otomi participio
Romanian (NOUN)participiul
Russian (NOUN)причастие
Serbian (Cyrillic) придев
Serbian (Latin) pridev
Slovak príčastie
Slovenian deležnikom
Spanish (NOUN)participio
Swedish particip
Tamil செய்கிற
Telugu ↑ చార్లెస్
Thai ที่พัก
Turkish zaman ortacı
Ukrainian Дієприкметник часу
Vietnamese phân từ
Yucatec Maya participio
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