Definition of communicatively in US English:



  • See communicative

    • ‘The results of the present study indicate that while young women appreciate the importance of medical skill, it is the communicatively competent care provider that they most seek.’
    • ‘Such implicit norms of well-formed and communicatively successful utterances are not identical with the explicit rules of argumentation.’
    • ‘Many people who have acquired normal speaking skills become communicatively impaired when their vocal apparatus fails.’
    • ‘First, they are less communicatively responsive.’
    • ‘In other words, signals are used communicatively within a social group.’