dictionary form
Noun

dictionary form (plural dictionary forms)

  1. The basic form of a word used as a dictionary entry (of any part of speech, but especially of a verb).
    The dictionary form of the verb is the infinitive in English, the first-person singular present indicative in Ancient Greek, and the third-person masculine singular perfect in Semitic languages.
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