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What does the suffix -tion mean?

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The suffix -tion occurrs in words of Latin origin: to form abstract nouns from verbs. Therefore there's no meaning, but purpose.

The suffix "-tion" or "-sion" refers to an action or process of; condition or state of being; or result of.

The suffix "-tion" means an action or instance of "verb"-ing. Examples are demonstration & alteration.

"tion" and "sion": action/instance of V-ing. Examples: alteration, demonstration expansion, inclusion, admission.

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What does the suffix -tion mean?

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