Translation of: γεγραμμένον

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Translation of: γεγραμμένον

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γεγραμμένον --> Verb: Perfect Passive Participle Nominative Singular Neuter

Hi. I have a couple of questions about γεγραμμένον. How can γεγραμμένον best be translated to fully incorporate its meaning, and how can it be explained to fully understand its significance as a perfect passive participle?
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PhillipLebsack wrote: January 31st, 2018, 6:35 am γεγραμμένον --> Verb: Perfect Passive Participle Nominative Singular Neuter

Hi. I have a couple of questions about γεγραμμένον. How can γεγραμμένον best be translated to fully incorporate its meaning, and how can it be explained to fully understand its significance as a perfect passive participle?
It generally means "written" (as an adjective). As with everything, exact translation (if it had any further nuance) depends on context.
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Re: Translation of: γεγραμμένον

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Jason Hare wrote: January 31st, 2018, 7:16 am
PhillipLebsack wrote: January 31st, 2018, 6:35 am γεγραμμένον --> Verb: Perfect Passive Participle Nominative Singular Neuter

Hi. I have a couple of questions about γεγραμμένον. How can γεγραμμένον best be translated to fully incorporate its meaning, and how can it be explained to fully understand its significance as a perfect passive participle?
It generally means "written" (as an adjective). As with everything, exact translation (if it had any further nuance) depends on context.
Hey thanks for your reply Jason. I think sometimes I get so caught up in grammar I forget context and overcomplicate things.
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