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Origin of infinitive
OTHER WORDS FROM infinitivein·fin·i·tive·ly, adverb
Words nearby infinitive
How to use infinitive in a sentence
Perhaps speke (better speken) is an infinitive in l. 350, but it may also be the pt.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
This ending terminates the past participles of verbs whose infinitive ends in e.Frdric Mistral|Charles Alfred Downer
An example of the present infinitive used after aprs (cf. il est parti aprs avoir bu un verre d'eau).
The use of tre for aller when followed by an infinitive is inelegant, though the construction is sometimes used by good writers.
Instead of the infinitive moods and plural numbers ending in -n as in Holland, the former end in -a, the latter in -ar.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham
British Dictionary definitions for infinitive
Derived forms of infinitiveinfinitival (ˌɪnfɪnɪˈtaɪvəl), adjectiveinfinitively or infinitivally, adverb
Cultural definitions for infinitive
The simple or dictionary form of a verb: walk, think, fly, exist. Often the word to marks a verb as an infinitive: “to walk,” “to think,” “to fly,” “to exist.”