Present-participle Definition

prĕzənt
noun
A participle expressing present action, in English formed by the infinitive plus -ing and used to express present action in relation to the time indicated by the finite verb in its clause, to form progressive tenses with the auxiliary be, and to function as a verbal adjective.
American Heritage
A participle used.
Webster's New World
The definition of a present participle is a grammar term used to describe what a subject is doing or will continue to do.
An example of present participle is the word smiling in the sentence "he's a smiling baby."
YourDictionary
adjective
Attributive form of present participle, noun.
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Other Word Forms of Present-participle

Noun

Singular:
present-participle
Plural:
present-participles
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