Inflexion
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Inflexion
See also: inflexión

English

Etymology

From Middle French inflexion, itself borrowed from Latin ?nflexi?.

Noun

inflexion (countable and uncountable, plural inflexions)

  1. Alternative spelling of inflection

French

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin ?nflexi?, ?nflexi?nem.

Noun

inflexion f (plural inflexions)

  1. change, especially a slight drop
  2. bow (of the body or head)
  3. (mathematics) inflection
  4. (linguistics) vowel mutation

Derived terms

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