Auxiliary-verb definitions

A verb, such as have, can, or will, that accompanies the main verb in a clause and helps to make distinctions in mood, voice, aspect, and tense.
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A verb used to help form the tenses, aspects, voices, or moods of other verbs, as will, have, do, be, should, must.
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The definition of an auxiliary verb is used to change the tense or voice of other verbs.

An example of an auxiliary verb is "be", "do" or "have."

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(grammar) A verb that accompanies the main verb in a clause in order to make distinctions in tense, mood, voice or aspect.
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Attributive form of auxiliary verb, noun.

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