For example, jr(y) "do" differentiates between a past active participle written jr "who has done" and a present active participle written jrr "who does.
What does PAP stand for?
PAP stands for Present Active Participle (grammar)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of PAP
We have 456 other meanings of PAP in our Acronym Attic
- Positive Airway Pressure
- Post Affiliate Pro (software)
- Post-Activation Potentiation
- Poverty Alleviation Programme
- Power Angle Profile
- Powers of Attorney for Property
- Pre-Allocation Porting
- Pre-Approved Payments
- Pre-Authorized Payment
- Predetermined Acceptance Probability
- Prêt d’Aide à l'Accession à la Propriété
- Primary Assembly Point
- Primes in Arithmetic Progression (mathematics)
- Principal Activity Plan (Australia)
- Printer Access Protocol
- Prion Amyloid Protein
- Priority Action Programme
- Private Access Provider
- Private Administrative Procedure (similar to Notarial Protest)
- Procedure And Practice
Samples in periodicals archive:
The marker -vat in the contemporary standard language consists diachronically of two elements: the marker -v(a) of the present active participle and the partitive ending -t.
This hypothesis is plausible in and of itself, but he neglects to note the unmistakable differences in inflection between PPs and present active participles.