telic

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From the Ancient Greek τελῐκός (telikós, final), from τέλος (télos, end).

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telic (comparative more telic, superlative most telic)

  1. (grammar) expressing end or purpose.
  2. (linguistics) perfective aspect.
  3. tending towards a goal or definite end.

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