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Degree: degree of comparison

Degree of comparison is typically an inflectional feature of some adjectives and adverbs.

In Tatar, the comparative degree of an adjective or adverb is marked by the suffix -рак/рәк, and the superlative degree of an adjective or adverb is modified through adverb _иң “(the) most”. We annotate the former on the adjective with the Degree feature, and the latter on the adverb.

Cmp: comparative, second degree

The quality of one object is compared to the same quality of another object.

Examples

Sup: superlative, third degree

The quality of one object is compared to the same quality of all other objects within a set.

Examples


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