Definition of emulative in English:

emulative

adjective

  • See emulate

    • ‘An ambition to succeed and surpass one's predecessors is the driving force behind the emulative impulse of repetition as paragone.’
    • ‘In his own practice, Hahn seeks to bring the emulative approach into the mainstream.’
    • ‘The first is through functionally emulative increments, which are increments of an organization that are created to emulate the functions and capabilities of the whole.’
    • ‘There's nothing inherently wrong with this type of nostalgia, but when it becomes as emulative and formulaic as it does here, it starts to seem like parody.’
    • ‘Experts believe that emulative and introverted people, and those who strive for perfection, are at greater risk of experiencing the syndrome.’

Pronunciation

emulative

/ˈɛmjʊlətɪv/