[ at-i-tood-n-l, -tyood- ]

  1. of or relating to a person’s manner, disposition, feeling, opinion, etc., with regard to someone or something: Work co-ops for students with disabilities are instrumental in breaking down attitudinal barriers and stereotypes, among both students and employers.

  2. Aeronautics. of or relating to the inclination of the three principal axes of an aircraft relative to the wind, ground, etc.: The system records GPS and the aircraft’s attitudinal positions (roll, pitch, yaw, speed, and heading).

Origin of attitudinal

First recorded in 1810–1820; from Italian attitudine “attitude” (cf. attitude) + -al1

Words Nearby attitudinal Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

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