Definition of coordinative in English:

coordinative

adjective

  • See coordinate

    • ‘Oxfam's strong feeling is that the UN offers a legitimate, coordinative effort which - if it were to disappear - would only be replaced by confusion.’
    • ‘David Beaver had meanwhile gone beyond this, citing a complete coordinative listing of the 230 members of a high school graduating class.’
    • ‘Given the coordinative effort and resources brought to bear on this book, it seems almost heretic to criticize it, but there are some points of concern.’
    • ‘In both cases, rhythmic structures are serving a coordinative function.’
    • ‘A large section of the economics profession concluded that government fine-tuning did more to destabilize the economy than to provide positive coordinative benefits.’

Pronunciation

coordinative

/kəʊˈɔːdɪnətɪv/