What is the plural of the word 'paradox'?
The plural of paradox is paradoxes; for example, "There are many paradoxes in this world."
The plural form of paradox is paradoxes
paradox = paradoha (however, the English word "paradox" is more common).
You have spelled the word correctly: paradox. Example: It is difficult to identify the paradox in a sentence.
theres no other word for paradox
the existence of extraterrestrials is a paradox
i am not sure how i would use the word paradox in a sentence but i can try and explain the word. A paradox is basically a longer version of an oxymoron, a paradox is a phras ewhich contradicts iself, e.g if i were to say the harmless brid was as dangerous as a falcon, that would be a paradox becaus ei am contradictiong myself, am very sorry this is not the best example but… Read More
He knew the 3 ways to solve the paradox.
It is a paradox that a registered Republican voted for the Democratic candidate.
The word crises is a plural word; it is the plural form of the word crisis.
That is a paradox.
To her friends, Dana's ability to eat whatever she wants without gaining any weight is a paradox.
A paradox is a statement that seems true but at the same time seems to also have an opposite truth.
A paradox is a statement which contradicts itself. For example the sentence 'this statement is false' is a paradox. Also can be used to describe a puzzling or mysterious scenario. It was a paradox, he said he wanted us to attend the show, but kept giving us reasons not to. Which came first the chicken or the egg? It's a paradox!
it means an impossible question
A non-plural word, a word (noun or pronoun) that is not plural is singular, a word for just one.
There is no plural word for if.
No, the plural form 'children' is an irregular plural noun (there is NO 's' at the end of the word). A regular plural noun is a word that is made plural by adding an 's' or an 'es' to the end of the word. An irregular plural is a word that is made plural in some other way. The word 'children' is the plural for for the singular noun 'child'. The plural is formed by… Read More
what a (paradox) pair-o'-dox
There is no 'plural form' of the word 'minute'. The word is both singular and plural.
The plural word for Frost is Frosts.
No it's a singular word. A plural word would be "have".
the plural word is comedones
is the word are singular or plural
shave my downstairs
Though it may seem like a paradox, people who work more hours generally make less money.
if a word refers to a single item it is singular. if it refers to lots of things it is plural. "Potato" is singular "potatoes" is a plural word. "mouse" is singular, "mice" is a plural word. "person" is singular, "people" is a plural word.
The plural of the word tibia is usually "tibias". The word "tibiae" is also acceptable in English - this derives from the plural of the word in Latin.
The plural for of the word planet is the word planets.
The plural form for the noun dress is dresses, a regular plural form. A regular plural is a word that forms the plural by adding an -s or an -es to the end of the word. An irregular plural is a word that forms the plural in some other way.
Sophism, since a paradox is a statement that sounds false, but may actually true, sophism is a statement that sounds true, but is actually false.
loses is the plural of the word lose.
The plural word for batch is batches.
The plural of the word scrotum is scrotums.
Scarves is the plural for the word scarf
The plural word for stereo is stereos.
The plural of the word niece is "nieces".
The plural word for boy is boys.
No, the plural of problem is problems.
The plural form for the demonstrative pronoun this is these.
The plural word for family is families.
The plural word for embryo is embryos.
The Plural Word For Buoy Is Bouys.
The plural word for injury is injuries.
The plural of the word veranda is verandas.
The plural word for valley is valleys.
The plural word of delay is delays.
The plural for sheep is sheep. The same word is used for both singular and plural.
Yes the word people is a plural noun. It is often the plural of person.