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How to Pronounce affectation?

Correct pronunciation for the word "affectation" is [ɐfɪktˈe͡ɪʃən], [ɐfɪktˈe‍ɪʃən], [ɐ_f_ɪ_k_t_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n].

Definition of affectation

  1. Assumption and pretence of what is not natural or real; unreal, artificial appearance or show.

Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language By Nuttall, P.Austin

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What is the present tense of Affectation?

  • The personal forms of the verb "affectation" in the present tense are:

  • 1. I affectate (first person singular)

  • 2. You affectate (second person singular)

  • 3. He/she/it affectates (third person singular)

  • 4. We affectate (first person plural)

  • 5. You affectate (second person plural)

  • 6. They affectate (third person plural)
  • What is the past tense of Affectation?

  • The personal forms of the verb "affectation" in past tense depend on the subject pronoun. Here are the personal forms in past tense:

  • 1. I affected.

  • 2. You affected.

  • 3. He affected.

  • 4. She affected.

  • 5. It affected.

  • 6. We affected.

  • 7. They affected.

  • These forms indicate actions that were completed in the past.
  • What is the adverb for affectation?

    The adverb form of "affectation" is "affectingly".

    What is the adjective for affectation?

    The adjective form of the word "affectation" is "affected".

    Usage over time for affectation:

    This graph shows how "affectation" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

    What is the plural form of affectation?

    The plural of the "affectation" can be the "affectations".

    What is the singular form of affectation?

    The singular of the "affectation" can be the "affectation".

    Synonyms for Affectation:


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