The degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects. (noun)
The property of being transitive. (noun)
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Use "transitivity" in a sentence
"˜said of™ primary substances, so is the genus (recall the transitivity of the ˜said of™ relation)."
"Unless there are constraints on how the objects of choice are individuated, conditions of rationality such as transitivity are empty."
"These theorems show that if preferences among acts meet certain constraints, such as transitivity, then there exist a probability function and a utility function (given a choice of scale) that generate expected utilities agreeing with preferences."