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In grammar, a ditransitive verb is a verb which takes a subject and two objects (normally a direct object and an indirect object). Some examples of ditransitive verbs include:

  • He gave Mary ten dollars.
  • He passed Paul the ball.
  • Jean read him the book.

See also transitive and intransitive.



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