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The term ergative is used in grammar in three different meanings:
- Ergative case, the grammatical case of the subject of a transitive verb in an ergative-absolutive language
- Ergative–absolutive language, a language in which the subject of an intransitive verb behaves like the object of a transitive verb
- Ergative verb, a verb whose subject when intransitive corresponds to its direct object when transitive
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