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Definition of accusative noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

accusative

 noun
noun
NAmE//əˈkyuzət̮ɪv//
 
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(in some languages) the form of a noun, a pronoun, or an adjective when it is the direct object of a verb, or connected with the direct object In the sentence, “I saw him today,” the word “him” is in the accusative. compare ablative, dative, genitive, nominative, vocative
accusative adjective
 
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The accusative forms of the pronouns “I,” “he,” “she,” and “we” are “me,” “him,” “her,” and “us.”