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modicum
noun , formal or facetious a small amount Have a modicum of decency and close the curtain before you undress .
[15c: Latin, from modicus moderate]


modifier
noun
1 grammar
a a word or phrase that modifies or identifies the meaning of another word, eg in the green hat in the phrase the man in the green hat , and vaguely in the phrase He was vaguely embarrassed ;
b a noun that functions as an adjective, eg mohair in mohair jumper .
2 a person or thing that modifies in any sense.


modify pronunciación
verb (modifies , modified , modifying )
1 to change the form or quality of something, usually only slightly.
2 grammar to act as a modifier of (a word).
3 to moderate.
[14c: from French modifier , from Latin modificare ]
modifiable adjective .
modification noun
1 the act of modifying or state of being modified.
2 a change of form or condition; something that has been modified a few modifications to the original plan .


modish
adjective , rather formal stylish; fashionable.
[17c: mode + -ish]
modishly adverb .
modishness noun .


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