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Definition of the adjective translative
What does translative mean as an attribute of a noun?
- of, or relating to the movement of a person or thing from one place to another
- of, or relating to the translation of language
- [linguistics] of, or relating to the translative case
Definition of the noun translative
What does translative mean as a name of something?
- the translative case
- a word in the translative case
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by Gregory W. Rome, Stephan Kinsella
For example, a putative sale where the seller does not actually own the thing sold is an act translative of title. Act under private signature. A writing signed by the parties. See La. C.C. art. 1837. Authentic act. A writing executed before a notary public in the presence of two witnesses, and signed by each party who executed it, by each witness, and by each notary public before whom it was executed. La. C.C. art. 1833. Conservatory act. A juridical act aimed at protecting or preserving a ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals by Samuel Johnson
Translative ; transposed. Cotgrave. 3. Transported from a foreign land. Evelyn. • TRANSLATIVE, a. [translative, Lat.] ...
Translative; transposed ; transported. Translative, trans-la' -tiv, a. Taken from others. Translator, trans-Id -ter, s. One who translates; one who expresses the sense of words in one language by equivalent words in another. Translatoby, trans-la -to-re, a. Transferring ; serving to translate. Translatress, trans-la -tresy s. A female translator. Translocation, trans-lo-kd -shun, s. (Lat.) A change from one place to another ; removal of things reciprocally to ...
A Dictionary of the English Language ... Abridged from the Rev. H. J. Todd's corrected and enlarged ... edition, by Alexander Chalmers (1824)
by Samuel Johnson, Alexander Chalmers, Henry John TODD (Archdeacon of Cleveland.)
[translatice Translative; transposed. Cotgrave. #. from a foreign land. Evelyn. TRANSLATIVE. a. [translativus, Lat..] Taken from others. TRANSLATOR. m. s... [translateur, old Fr] One that turns anything into another lan£. #%. - TRANSLATORY.. n. s. Transferring. Arbuthnot. TRANSLOCATION, n. s. [trans and locus, Lat..] Removal of things reciprocally to each other's places, Woodward. . TRANSLU/CENCY. n. s. Diaphaneity ...
Communication from Ancient Times to the Information Age by Theresa Enos
Often, the translative stasis came into play and, accordingly, was taught as a set of precepts (De inventione 2.xix.57–61). This would be used when an inappropriate procedure was in-volved. That is, if a case were being tried in a wrong court or at the wrong time or under a wrong statute, the Roman rhetoricians taught students ways of expressing this inappropriate- ness. Civil law prescribed certain courts for cer-tain offenses. A case of bribery had to be heard in a prescribed court; ...
by Paul Zollo
sportive stimulative stupefactive suasive subjective subjunctive submissive substantive subversive successive suggestive superlative supersensitive supportive suppositive suppressive suspensive talkative tentative titillative tolerative transgressive transitive translative transmissive ulcerative unassertive unattractive uncompetitive uncreative unexpressive unfestive unimpressive uninventive unobtrusive unoffensive unperceptive unpermissive unpersuasive unpossessive.
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
stative ablative, constative, creative, dilative, mutative, rotative, summative, translative aggregative, agitative, alterative, applicative, carminative, cogitative, combinative, commutative, connotative, consecrative, consultative, contemplative , copulative, corporative, cumulative, decorative, denotative, dissipative, educative, explicative, facultative, federative, generative, germinative, imitative, implicative, innovative, integrative, irritative, iterative, legislative, limitative, meditative, meliorative ...
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Scrabble value of T1R1A1N1S1L1A1T1I1V4E1
The value of this 11-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of TRANSLATIVE
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- AT INTERVALS
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