Conjugation or conjugate may refer to:

  • Grammatical conjugation, the modification of a verb from its basic form
  • Conjugate (algebra), used to rationalize the denominator of a fraction
  • Conjugated systems of p-orbitals in chemical molecules
  • Conjugation (biochemistry), the turning of substances into a hydrophilic state in the body
  • Conjugation (acid-base theory), a system describing a conjugate acid-base pair
  • Conjugation (group theory), the image of an element under the conjugation homomorphisms
  • Conjugate (graph theory), an alternative term for a line graph

Other articles related to "conjugation, conjugations":

... The conjugation of mi-verbs differs from the much more common thematic, or "omega" (-ω, -ō), conjugation ... times, with some vestiges of the -mi conjugation surviving only in the Passive voice in Modern Greek ...
Sotho Parts Of Speech - Copulatives - Conjugation
... Just like verbal conjugation, the conjugation possibilities of copulatives are varied and complex, with most tenses needing deficient verbs and/or infixed verbal auxiliaries ... There is a two way division between direct and associative forms of the conjugation ... forms mean "to have." Thus there are two main aspects of the direct copulative conjugation, the inceptive and the stative ...
Proto-Slavic Language - Grammar - Verbs - Conjugation
... similar verbs in the Latin -ēre conjugation), factitive verbs in *-ā- (cf ... the Latin -āre conjugation), and o-grade causatives in *-éye- ... Church Slavonic grammars, verbs are traditionally divided into four (or five) conjugation classes, depending on the present stem ...
Bulgarian Conjugation
... Bulgarian conjugation is the creation of derived forms of a Bulgarian verb from its principal parts by inflection ... Bulgarian verbs are conventionally divided into three conjugations according to the thematic vowel they use in the present tense 1st conjugation verbs using the vowel е (/ɛ/). 2nd conjugation verbs using the vowel и (/i/) ...