Template:indtr

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A context label template for indirect transitive verbs.

Parameters[edit]

first parameter
language code
other positional parameters
the prepositions that are used with the verb
other positional parameters starting with a period
normal context labels, as .geography or .rare
other positional parameters starting with a hyphen
items in the list of prepositions, but that shouldn’t link to an entry
 ;
separates further indirect objects used with prepositions. Displays “and with”.
qual1, qual2, qual3, etc.
qualifiers for the prepositions; the qualifier that corresponds to ; is added between “and” and “with”
direct
add any value if it is also used as a direct transitive verb
directqual
qualifier for direct transitive usage
intr
add any value if it is also used as an intransitive verb
ditr
add any value if the verb is ditransitive
cop
add any value if the verb is copulative
aux
for auxiliary (catenative) verbs; add the tense that is used with the verb

Examples[edit]

  1. {{indtr|pt|de}}
    1. (transitive with de)
  2. {{indtr|pt|de|sobre}}
    1. (transitive with de or sobre)
  3. {{indtr|pt|de|sobre|qual2=informal}}
    1. (transitive with de or sobre (informal))
  4. {{indtr|pt|de|sobre|direct=1}}
    1. (transitive with de or sobre or with no preposition)
  5. {{indtr|pt|de|sobre|direct=1|qualdirect=rare}}
    1. (transitive with de or sobre or with no preposition (rare))
  6. {{indtr|pt|de|sobre|intr=1}}
    1. (intransitive, or transitive with de or sobre)
  7. {{indtr|pt|de|sobre|.informal|.geography}}
    1. (informal, geography, transitive with de or sobre)
  8. {{indtr|pt|para|ditr=1}}
    1. (ditransitive, with the indirect object taking para)
  9. {{indtr|pt|com|aux=gerund}}
    1. (auxiliary with com and a verb in the gerund)
  10. {{indtr|fr|à|;|de|qual1=+ person being informed|qual2=usually|qual3=+ information}}
    1. (transitive with à (+ person being informed) and usually with de (+ information))