grammatical case
Noun

grammatical case (plural grammatical cases)

  1. (grammar) A mode of inflection of a word dependent on its use, especially the syntactic function in a phrase.
    The grammatical cases nominative and accusative are used for subject resp. direct object in many languages, including Latin.
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