direct object
Noun

direct object (plural direct objects)

  1. (grammar, in languages without cases) The noun or noun phrase that a verb is directly acting upon.
  2. (grammar, in languages with case distinctions) Such an object when it is in the accusative case, but (generally) not when it is in another case.
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