Meaning of affixation in English:

affixation

Pronunciation /afɪkˈseɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

See affix

‘Newspapers - even the venerable New York Times - printed flags across entire back pages for affixation to windows.’
  • ‘Root and pattern affixation is considered nonlinear since neither of the two morphological components appears in continuous form; rather, they are interdigitated within each other.’
  • ‘That is, the traditional concept of witnessing the affixation of a traditional signature reduces the incidence of forged signatures.’
  • ‘In coordinate dependency, however, the order of clausal constituency seems to be intimately related to that of affixation.’
  • ‘She has attested as secretary to the affixation of the seal.’