Ablative-absolute Definition

ăblə-tĭv
noun
In Latin, a grammatically independent phrase containing a noun in the ablative case and a participle, pronoun, or second noun also in the ablative case, used to express time, cause, or circumstance.
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Singular:
ablative-absolute
Plural:
ablative-absolutes, ablatives absolute

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