pertaining to, or productive of, a form that indicates an or agency.
(in case grammar) pertaining to the semantic role or case of a noun phrase that indicates the volitional or primary causer of the action expressed by a verb.
an agentive word or suffix.
the agentive case.
(in some inflected languages) denoting a case of nouns, etc, indicating the agent described by the verb
(of a speech element) indicating agency: “-er” in “worker” is an agentive suffix

the agentive case
a word or element in the agentive case


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