causal-final (not comparable)

  1. (linguistics) Pertaining to any case that indicates the intention of achieving a specific final result.
  2. Goal-oriented; purposeful as opposed to prescribed.


  1. (grammar) The causal-final case. This case in the Hungarian language combines the causal case and the final case. It can express the cause of emotions (e.g. value someone for something) or the goal of actions (e.g. "kenyérért" for bread).

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