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The adjective in that sentence is empty.

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Empty is an adjective. To be a predicate adjective, it needs to follow a linking verb.The glass is empty. (Is is the linking verb; emptyis the predicate adjective.)


It depends on a context. When used in a sentence like 'Please empty the trashcan', it's a verb. When used in 'The trashcan is now empty' it's an adjective.


"Empty" is an adjective.


Yes. "The bottle looks empty."


Empty is an adjective or a verb. They can't be plural.


Only if the refrigerator is empty, if you have perishable food in it and you turn it off, it will all go bad. And saving energy is great, but if you have a empty refrigerator and you have it turned off continuously what is the point of having a refrigerator?


"Empty" can be either an adjective or a verb. Adjective example: Pump water into this empty jug. Verb example: That large tank can empty in only five minutes.


It can be a noun, like someone's name could be Empty in a fictional book, it is not a verb, it would be an adjective as in "empty room" and it could be an adverb as in "empty staring."


The word 'emptiness' is the noun form of the adjective empty.Note: the word 'empty' is also a noun and a verb.


Empty is an adjective. It describes the state of something such as an empty feeling. Empty is also a verb.


The word 'empty' is a noun (empty, empties), a verb (empty, empties, emptying, emptied, and an adjective (empty, emptier, emptiest).EXAMPLESnoun: Put the empty in the recycling bin.verb: I had to empty the closet to sort everything.adjective: We won't get far on an empty gas tank.


My stomach is empty~ its true!


An example of a word that functions as a noun, a verb, and an adjective is: empty.EXAMPLESnoun: When you finish your soda, put the emptyin the bin labeled 'plastics'.verb: I have to empty the waste baskets before I can go out.adjective: I'm tired of his empty promises.


The abstract noun form of the adjective empty is emptiness.


There are only plurals for nouns and empty is a adjective, so there is none.


An empty expressio (ee) is a sentence that does not express anything, a sentence with no importance.


Communities have strict laws about keeping and/or storing an empty refrigerator outside the home. Refrigerators pose a danger to children who can become trapped inside them. You must remove the door from the refrigerator if you are storing it outside.


My pepsi can is already empty.


Difficult because 'finding the build empty is a phrase and adjectives are usually one word not a phrase. Maybe this: I had a 'finding the building empty' dream last night. I went to a party and when I got to the building the building was empty. I have many dreams like this (This is just a wild guess!)


An empty sentence is any sentence which, in relation to its context, can be omitted without causing any damage. In fact, omitting an empty sentence should be encouraged whenever the omission can make the sending of meaning more effective.


An empty sentence is a sentence that say too little. The sentence maybe complete with all the right words in all the right places, but need ideas.


I would not use "fully empty" in a sentence because it is redundant and unnecessary. If something is "empty", it's empty. You do not need to say "fully empty" because empty cannot be anything but nothing. There is no further defining words needed.The glass was empty.I carried an empty pitcher.My gas gauge read E for empty.


The noun form for the adjective empty is emptiness.The noun form for the verb to empty is the gerund, emptying.The word empty (empties) is a noun, a word for an empty container.


Not formally. It is an adjective, or a verb meaning to make empty. The related noun is emptiness. But the word "empty" is often applied colloquially to empty bottles or other containers.



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