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passive

Fr    passif

adj

Related term(s): deponent verb

Source(s): Crystal 2003: 9 (passive knowledge); Doke 1935: 162; Halliday & Hasan 1976: 182-183; Hamp 1963: 42; Hartmann & Stork 1972: 165 (passive infinitive); Kroeger 2005: 272 (passive agent, passive rule); Matthews 1997: 268 (also "passive participle"); Palmatier 1972: 119 (passive morpheme, passive test); Pei & Gaynor 1954: 161 (passive case = patient case); Quirk etal. 1985: 159f. (passive agent, passive subject, passive auxiliary), 168-169 (semi-passive), 169-170 (pseudo-passive); Radford 1988: 420f.; Richards etal. 1992: 5 (passive language knowledge); Trask 1993: 201-202; Wales 1989: 341-342

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Synonym(s): passive construction, passive voice

Related term(s): pseudo-passive2

Source(s): Anderson 1971: 47-48 (long passive, short passive); Anderson 1977: 206ff. (also "short passive"); Benveniste 1971[trans.]: 153ff.; Brown & Levinson: 146-147; Chomsky 1981: 117ff. (syntactic passive, lexical passive); Comrie 1981: 14 (impersonal passive), 75f.; Crystal 2003: 339 (also "agentive passive", "pseudo-passive", "semi-passive"); DIK 1978: 163; Dixon 1994: 146f.; Doke 1935: 162; ELL: 2960-2962 (also "adjectival passive", "passive in NP"); Grimes 1975: 97; Halliday & Hasan 1976: 182-183; Halliday 1994: 169; Hock 1986: 321f. (also "promotional passive", "demotional passive"); Kess 1992: 121 (truncated passive), 128; Lyons 1971: 372; Palmatier 1972: 119; Radford 1988: 420f.; Ruwet 1973[trans.]: 155; Trask 1993: 201-202

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