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presentative

[ pri-zen-tuh-tiv ]
/ prɪˈzɛn tə tɪv /
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adjective
(of an image, idea, etc.) presented, known, or capable of being known directly.
Ecclesiastical. admitting of or pertaining to presentation.
Philosophy. immediately knowable; capable of being known without thought or reflection.
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Origin of presentative

First recorded in 1550–60; present2 + -ative

OTHER WORDS FROM presentative

un·pre·sent·a·tive, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for presentative

presentative
/ (prɪˈzɛntətɪv) /

adjective
philosophy
  1. able to be known or perceived immediately
  2. capable of knowing or perceiving in this way
subject to or conferring the right of ecclesiastical presentation

Derived forms of presentative

presentativeness, noun
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Medical definitions for presentative

presentative
[ prĭ-zĕntə-tĭv ]

n.
Having the capacity or function of bringing an idea or image to mind.
Perceived or capable of being perceived directly rather than through association.
Having the ability to so perceive.
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