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Documentation for మూస:en-adj. [edit]
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Use this template to show the inflection line of an English adjective.

This template shows the adjective in bold (optionally linking its components) and its comparative and superlative inflections, if any.

{{en-adj|pos= |… |…}} <!-- for detailed notes -->

If the adjective is absolute, the template can indicate such:

{{en-adj|pos=… |-}}

Or if it's generally absolute but sometimes comparable:


This template contains the necessary meta-data to allow users who are using accelerated editing to create any grammatical forms semi-automatically.


If the adjective forms its comparative and superlative with the particles more and most, no parameters are necessary. E.g. on “beautiful”:


The above code displays as follows: beautiful (comparative more beautiful, superlative most beautiful)

If the adjective forms its comparative and superlative by adding -er and -est, specify that with the argument er, e.g. on “tall”:

{{en-adj|er}} gives:

tall (comparative taller, superlative tallest)

If the adjective forms its comparative and superlative by changing its ending (e.g., by dropping its -y to add -ier), use two parameters, e.g. on “pretty” and “late”:

{{en-adj|pretti|er}} gives:

pretty (comparative prettier, superlative prettiest)

{{en-adj|lat|er}} gives:

late (comparative later, superlative latest)

If the adjective has an irregular comparative or superlative, specify them, e.g. on “good”:

{{en-adj|better|best}} gives:

good (comparative better, superlative best)

If the adjective is absolute, use “-”, e.g. on “annual”:

{{en-adj|-}} gives:

annual (not comparable)

If the adjective has both an -er/-est and a more/most form of the comparative and superlative, use a “more” parameter after specifying the -er form, e.g. on “abject”:

{{en-adj|er|more}} gives:

abject (comparative abjecter or more abject, superlative abjectest or most abject)

If the adjective has other non-standard comparative or superlative forms or requires custom positive, comparative, or superlative notes, specify the forms with wiki markup, using a pos argument for the positive, if required, e.g. on “little known” (fictitious example):

{{en-adj|pos=[[little]] [[known]]|depending on meaning either '''[[lesser]] known''' or '''[[littler]] known'''|least known or [[littlest]] known}} gives:

little known (comparative depending on meaning either lesser known or littler known, superlative least known or littlest known)

If the comparative is custom or irregular, and the superlative form is “most” and the adjective, the superlative form can be omitted, eg: on “funky” (fictitious example):

{{en-adj|funkier}} gives:

funky (comparative funkier, superlative most funky)

If the adjective is not generally comparable but sometimes is, use - as the first parameter, with subsequent parameters as above. For example (fictitious examples):

{{en-adj|-|funkier}} at funky gives:

funky (not generally comparable; comparative funkier, superlative most funky)

{{en-adj|-|er|more}} at abject gives:

abject (not generally comparable; comparative abjecter or more abject, superlative abjectest or most abject)

When the inflection is unknown or uncertain, use a question mark (?) as the first parameter. Such information can still be added to the entry later, and this avoids having to give potentially false information. This is a fictitious example for Afrikaans:

{{en-adj|?}} gives:


Deprecated templates[<small>మార్చు</small>]

This template replaces all previous English adjective inflection templates:

  • en-ad
  • en-ad2
  • en-adj-er
  • en-adj-er-e
  • en-adj-er-double
  • en-adj-er-y
  • en-adj-more
  • en-adj-both
  • en-adj-both-y
  • en-adj-notcomp

See also[<small>మార్చు</small>]

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