Indirect-object meaning

An object indirectly affected by the action of a verb, as me in Sing me a song and turtles in He feeds turtles lettuce.
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The definition of an indirect object is a grammar term for the person or thing to which something is done by the action of the verb in a sentence.

An example of an indirect object is the word her in the sentence, "I baked the cookies for her."

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The word or words denoting the person or thing indirectly affected by the action of the verb: it generally names the person or thing to which something is given or for which something is done (Ex.: him in “give him the ball,” “do him a favor”)
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(grammar) A grammatical role of a ditransitive verb that usually manifests as a recipient or goal.

He gave the money to the bank.

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Attributive form of indirect object, noun.

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