The noun suspect is a person considered guilty of a crime, or a cause of other types of situations. Examples:
The police have identified a suspect in the crime.
A faulty joint is the main suspect for this leak.
The noun is means. egemail is a means of communication.They lived beyond their means.or the noun can be mean. egWe want a mean between expensive and cheap.The data mean is higher than expected.
Yes. The word 'prescience' is a noun. It does not mean pre-science but rather "foreknowledge" -- it is typically used to mean foresight, or planning ahead for contingencies. The noun 'prescience' is a word for a thing.
Yes, it is a plural noun. It can mean any people engaged in scientific activities.
The noun 'graduate' is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for someone who has been awarded a degree from a school, university, or college.
The noun 'streak' is a singular common noun. The noun streak is a concrete noun as a word for a line of color different from its surrounding color. The noun streak is an abstract noun as a word for a part of someone's character, or a type of behavior that is different from the rest of their character (a mean streak).
The abstract noun for suspect is "suspicion."
The word 'suspect' is a noun, a verb, and an adjective. EXAMPLES: noun: The police interviewed the suspect for hours. verb: We suspect that a leak in the roof caused these stains. adjective: The suspect information should be investigated further. A noun form for the verb to suspect is suspicion.
The noun suspect is a person considered guilty of a crime, or a cause of other types of situations. Examples: The police have identified a suspect in the crime. A faulty joint is the main suspect for this leak.
No, although suspect can be an adjective as well as a noun. The most likely adverb for suspect is "suspiciously."
The word 'suspect' is both a noun (suspect, suspects) and a verb (suspect, suspects, suspecting, suspected).To suspect someone of something is an action, so it is a verb.A suspect as in person who has been arrested for a crime in a noun.A verb is a word that describes an action (run, walk, etc), a state of being (exist, stand, etc) or occurrence (happen, become, etc).A noun is a word for a person (man, lady, teacher, etc), place (home, city, beach, etc) or thing (car, banana, book, etc).
No, it is not an adverb. Suspecting is a verb form and gerund (noun) for the verb "to suspect." There is an adverb form "unsuspectingly" (but not suspectingly) and the adverb "suspiciously."
No the word suspecting is a verb. The noun form is suspect.
Suspect is a verb and a noun.I suspect that Bob committed the crime. (verb)The police have a suspect in custody, but it's not Bob. (noun)
The noun 'suspect' functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition.Examples:The suspect has been apprehended. (subject of the sentence)The victim who the suspect robbed is here to make an identification. (subject of the clause)The victim struck the suspect with her purse. (direct object of the verb 'struck')The victim had made a positive identification of the suspect. (object of the preposition 'of')
Noun: The suspect in the case was arrested last night. Verb: I suspect that someone is planning a surprise party. Adjective: That suspect odor was a rotten onion.