Verbal-noun meaning

Attributive form of verbal noun, noun.

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A noun or nominal derived from a verb and functioning in some respects like a verb: in English, it is either a noun ending in -ing (a gerund) or an infinitive (Ex.: walking is healthful; to err is human)
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A noun that is derived from a verb and usually preserves the verb's syntactic features, such as transitivity or the capability of taking nominal or verbal complements.
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(grammar) A noun that is morphologically related to a verb and similar to it in meaning; in English, this might be a gerund (ending in -ing), infinitive, or other noun derived from a verb.

Brisk walking is good exercise.

We scored a win.

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