Conjugation (disambiguation)

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  • In biology: Add brief definition or description
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  • In grammar: The fact that in a sentence a verb takes different forms in congruence with the subject. These forms vary according to the grammatical person, tense (present/past/future) and number (singular/plural). In some languages such as English, there are little different verb forms. In some (i.e. Slavic) languages, a specific form of a verb is also congruent with the gender of the subject. In other than the Indo-European languages, a verb form may even contain more information (i.e. in polysynthetic languages). Stefan Olejniczak 08:33, 12 August 2010 (UTC) [e]
  • In mathematics: