from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Relating to or resulting from combination.
- adjective Tending, serving, or able to combine.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Tending to combine; uniting: in mathematics, applied to a covariant which is equally a covariant when for any of the quantics is substituted a linear function of them. Also
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective produced by a combinatorial process.
- adjective able to combine; tending to combine.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Of, pertaining to, or resulting from
- adjective Serving to, tending to, or able to
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective marked by or relating to or resulting from combination
- adjective relating to or involving combinations
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Primitive man was a combinative beast, and because of it he rose to primacy over all the animals.
Dictionaries define "Judeo" as a combinative form.
Through cogitatio, "a combinative or compositional activity of the mind," 100 the mind is brought under its own gaze to select, arrange and recombine its contents according to circumstance. 101 The ability to concentrate, to shift focus adroitly from one's immediate surroundings, was essential for Federico to form prompt and sound judgments, whether in the course of battle or in civil affairs.
A standard of the high security, pump Vak is recognized since tens of years by the whole of the profession like a product top-of-the-range, reliable, at important combinative power. 10 throats, key stainless, guard and pastille year Ti-drilling and anti-sawing.
It is through a combinative approach between each authority and Competition Commission that we shall witness a visible improvement in the honest and noble endeavours towards creation of fairly competitive markets.
The drama takes place at noon, motionless noon crouched into negative capability, when the world is worlding, and forms pulse in a combinative protean grammar.
A common approach to combinative preferences is to derive them from exclusionary preferences, which are then taken to be more basic.
Properties such as completeness, transitivity and acyclicity can be transferred from exclusionary to combinative preferences.
Relata of combinative preferences typically are not specified enough to be mutually exclusive.
In addition, there are interesting logical properties that can be expressed with combinative preferences but not with exclusionary preferences.