Grammar Patterns

Combining forms

The '-equipped' group

These combining forms combine with adverbs. The adjectives formed indicate how much of something someone or something has, especially whether they have an adequate amount.
Most of the rooms are suites with fully-equipped kitchens, and all are decorated quite differently.
The train was travelling north from Cairo through the densely populated Delta.
We must make sure that we argue for adequately resourced facilities.
  • -appointed (graded)
  • -equipped (graded)
  • -furnished (graded)
  • -populated (graded)
  • -resourced (graded)
  • -staffed (graded)
  • -vegetated (graded)
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