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  1. readily applicable or practical
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How To Use applicative In A Sentence

  • She said that the team would design applicative tests that were capable of assessing the students' abilities and competencies as required by the curriculum.
  • Programming languages can be categorized in a number of ways: imperative, applicative, logic-based, problem-oriented, etc. Archive 2007-09-01
  • This commodity will altercate the Development Apprenticeship address and is applicative for anyone managing or alive in a sales team. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at
  • I'm going to look at applicatives and benefactives shortly.
  • The syntax yields a general notation system for functions, based on an applicative language, where there is one basic category of terms (well-formed formulas in his terminology). Paradoxes and Contemporary Logic
  • Thus the dyers distinguish their materials: the first are applicative, and communicate their colours to the matters boiled in them; or passed through them; as woad, scarlet, green, cochineal, indigo, madder, turmeric, &c. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • We analyze the applicative pattern as an argument-structure construction, in terms of this study.
  • The medieval metaphysical dispute between nominalism, conceptualism, and platonism needs to be resolved conjunctively: all three are needed: a nominalism is required for concrete particulars, a conceptualism for particular-applicative concepts, and a platonism for abstractions (e.g., in prime mathematics). Process Philosophy
  • His response is: ‘That is not an applicative concern. If you application would work right, there is nothing to worry about.’
  • The way has characteristics of wide applicative range and can satisfy different sampling frequency demands.
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