Complete Definition of "dormant"

English

Adjective
en-adj

  1. Inactive, asleep, suspended.

#:Grass goes dormant during the winter, waiting for spring before it grows again.
#:The bank account was dormant; there had been no transactions in months.

Translations
trans-top|inactive, asleep, suspended
Finnish: horroksessa oleva
trans-mid
Japanese: ä¼æ­¢ (kyÅ«shi)
trans-bottom


French

Pronunciation
w:IPA|IPA: /dÉÊ.mÉÌ/
w:SAMPA|SAMPA: /dOR.mA~/

Adjective
fr-infl-adj|smdormant|sfdormante|pmdormants|pfdormantes|smpdÉÊ.mÉÌ|sfpdÉÊ.mÉÌt|pmpdÉÊ.mÉÌ|pfpdÉÊ.mÉÌt

  1. dormant
  2. asleep

Verb
dormant

  1. gerund of dormir, sleeping

Category:French adjectives

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