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What is the plural for chassis?

What is the plural for chassis?

noun. chas·​sis | \ ˈcha-sē , ˈsha-sē also ˈcha-səs \ plural chassis\ ˈcha-​sēz , ˈsha-​sēz \

How do you spell more than one chassis?

The plural form of the word chassis is spelled the exact same, however, the pronunciation changes. The plural is pronounced chass-eez instead of CHASS-ee (singular) when there is more than one chassis number.

What is a plural clause?

The plural form of clause is clauses.

Is frame singular or plural?

frame ​Definitions and Synonyms ​‌‌

singular frame
plural frames

What is the plural of Bijou?

Bijou (which can be pluralized as either bijoux or bijous) has adorned English since the late 17th century.

Why is it called a chassis?

Chassis comes from the Latin capsa, meaning box. In the 1600s, chassis referred to window frames, and starting with early automobile production, acquired its dominant meaning, i.e., the box that is the frame for the car.

What is the difference between a singular verb and a plural verb?

How do you recognise a singular or plural verb? A singular verb is one that has an s added to it in the present tense, such as writes, plays, runs, and uses forms such as is, was, has, does. A plural verb does not have an s added to it, such as write, play, run, and uses forms such as are, were, have and do.

What is the plural of light?

The noun light can be countable or uncountable. In more general, commonly used, contexts, the plural form will also be light. However, in more specific contexts, the plural form can also be lights e.g. in reference to various types of lights or a collection of lights.

What is the plural of stove?

1 stove /ˈstoʊv/ noun. plural stoves. 1 stove. /ˈstoʊv/ plural stoves.

What is the plural of chamois?

chamois. noun. cham·​ois | \ ˈsha-mē \ plural chamois\ -​mē , -​mēz \