Intransitive (adj):


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Intransitive describes a verb that does not take a direct object. It is the opposite of transitive , which describes a verb that takes a direct object.
For example: The thief stole the money. Money is the direct object, so here stole is transitive.
The plane took off. No direct object, so here take off is intransitive.

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