Adjective 1 : of, relating to, or constituting a class of grammatical forms usually used to denote more than one or in some languages more than two 2 : relating to, consisting of, or containing more than one or more than one kind or class.Studies in Logical Theory John Dewey Plaudit is a shout of applause, and is commonly used in the plural ; as, the plaudits of a throng.Audience, committee, government, team).
Have is used with I, you, we, and they, while has is used with he, she, and.Daniel GrossMay 31, 2013 daily beast As GO is a word referring to the game, so its plural gos.
Noting or pertaining to a member of the category of number, found in many languages, indicating that a word has more than one referent, as in English men, or more than two referents, as in Old English ge, meaning you.They include the names of certain tools, instruments and articles of clothing which have two parts.English Synonyms and Antonyms James Champlin Fernald She compelled him to take her in the plural, though he addressed her separately, but her tones had their music.
Most nouns form their plural by adding -s: Nouns: singular and plural, nouns used only in the singularSome nouns are used only in the singular, even though they end in -s.Hurlbut Milton, in this passage, uses many a friend with a plural verb.
Take THE quiz, words at Play.Some collective nouns can take a singular or plural verb, depending on whether they are considered as a single unit or as a collection of individuals: plural adjective (different thesaurus: synonyms and related words plural adjective (grammar) language of or relating to the form that.