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A '''resultative adjective''' is an [[adjective]] that acts as a [[resultative]].  In English, these are placed in a [[postpositive]] position after a [[verb]], e.g. Clean in "He licked the plate <u>clean</u>."
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A '''resultative adjective''' is an [[adjective]] that acts as a [[resultative]].  In [[English]], these are placed in a [[postpositive]] position after a [[verb]], e.g. Clean in "He licked the plate <u>clean</u>."
  
  

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A resultative adjective is an adjective that acts as a resultative. In English, these are placed in a postpositive position after a verb, e.g. Clean in "He licked the plate clean."


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