com Vegetal, the adjectival form of the word vegetable.
What does ADJL stand for?
ADJL stands for Adjectival
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of ADJL
- Atlanta Disk Jockey Academy
- Adjoint Administratif de l'Éducation Nationale et de l'Enseignement Supérieur (French: Administrative Assistant of Education and Higher Education)
- Anti-Discrimination Judicial Board (Michigan State University; East Lansing, MI)
- American Disc Jockey Co. (Los Angeles, CA)
- Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections
- Aviation Machinist's Mate Chief Petty Officer (US Navy)
- Adjoint Administratif de Chancellerie (French: Administrative Assistant to the Chancellor)
- Adjustment File
- Australian DJ Forums
- Astral Drive Junior High (Nova Scotia, Canada)
- American Dragon: Jake Long (Disney animated TV series)
- Atlanta Disc Jockey Network
- ARPA DISA Joint Project Office (ARPA is now DARPA, but the acronym is the same)
- Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act (Commonwealth of Australia)
- Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act (Australia)
- Adjacent System Services Control Point
Samples in periodicals archive:
Thomas Wolfe, the adjectival Tar Heel, not the dandified Virginia expositor of The Right Stuff, philosophized in his execrably titled You Can't Go Home Again that "A man learns a great deal about life from writing and publishing a book.
Last year's assessment system showed an adjectival rating of strong, which is a testament to Bridgestone Global Partners Board's demonstrated excellent level of skills, ability and performance.
But cecin'est pas une pipe: These adjectival nicknames do not describe what they depict--the nacreous seashells are neither dusty nor muddy (though the singers' last names both refer to water).
Some intrepid logologists have created sequences of unrelated words that look like adjectival progressions but aren't.
No such motivation can be found in the choice between a participial non-finite clause and a corresponding adjectival or adverbial finite subordinate clause.