him [indirect object]

him [indirect object]
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  • indirect object — noun (C) technical the second object 1 (6) of a verb in a sentence, which is the person or thing that the direct object 1 is given to, said to, made for etc. For example, in the sentence I asked him a question , the indirect object is him …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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