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resolutive

[ ri-zol-yuh-tiv, rez-uh-loo- ]
/ rɪˈzɒl yə tɪv, ˈrɛz əˌlu- /
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adjective

having the ability to dissolve or terminate.
serving to resolve or dispel.

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Origin of resolutive

First recorded in 1350–1400, resolutive is from the Middle English word resolutif.See resolute, -ive
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British Dictionary definitions for resolutive

resolutive
/ (rɪˈzɒljʊtɪv) /

adjective

capable of dissolving; causing disintegration
law denoting a condition the fulfilment of which terminates a contract or other legal obligation
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