second imperative

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Noun[edit]

second imperative (countable and uncountable, plural second imperatives)

  1. (Latin grammar, uncountable) The future imperative mood (second- and third-person forms possible); indicating a command that is to be carried out both now and in future.
  2. (grammar, countable) A verb form in the second imperative.

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