strictus "compressed", the past participle of stringere "draw tight" to which the meanings of the Arabic root 'w-t-r' can be compared.
What does PTP stand for?
PTP stands for Past Participle
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We have 255 other meanings of PTP in our Acronym Attic
- Paper Tape Punch
- Parallel Track Path (DVD mastering system)
- Pardon The Pun
- Parent Teacher Partnership (various schools)
- Part Time Permanent
- Part Time Poker (website)
- Part-Time Player (sports)
- Part-Time Position
- Partial Transition Probability
- Pass Through Price
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Italian passato prossimo The Italian passato prossimo is a compound tense formed with the present tense of an auxiliary verb (essere or avere) followed by the past participle of the verb being used.
Epistemic modality Epistemic meaning can be detected mainly as a result of lid combining with the active past participle (suffix -n), see (13a).
Celia is a stickler for grammar, and it's hard to keep up with her subjunctives, past participles, et al.
There were a few occasions when I thought it may wander too far up its own past participle.
The closest approach is the past participle SESO, UIOXIDIZED, which appears in OED.
1991) and Wagner (2002), the entailments in the reported experiment are clear in both present and past participles.
The past participle and the plain past tense of lay is laid.