substitutive


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

substitutive

(sŭb′stĭ-tū″tĭv) [L. substitutivus]
Causing a change or substitution of characteristics.
References in periodicals archive ?
Even the successive uprating of the income threshold for compulsory insurance had limited the potential clientele for substitutive private insurance (Rosenbrock/Gerlinger 2006: 103).
Because this paper is concerned with the way verbal and nonverbal language are organized in relation with one another, we have classified gestures either as integrative or as substitutive of verbal language.
whether it is reasonable or possible to limit the substitutive function.
En somme contribuer a ce processus <<d'assistance non substitutive a la pensee" qu'evoque Davezies (1) et dont il precise les enjeux et exigences autant methodologiques que de positionnement:
With the exception of civil servants choosing private substitutive PHI (less than five per cent of the population in Catalonia), PHI purchasers have double coverage.
Cette maturite precoce, forgee dans le deuil impossible des imagos parentales et dans l'hallucination de figures substitutives, a fait d'Aurore pour la vie l'un de ces enfants adultes (16), qui ont pour interlocuteurs privilegies des adultes infantiles.
(22) For a discussion on the notion of substitutive as opposed to progressive knowledge, compare also Battistini (7-8).
substitutive. These dimensions make a big difference in the ease with
These 'substitutive' and advocacy roles enable the provision of a level of care 'beyond the minimum provided by the state' regardless of the political status of issues affecting people in need such as asylum seekers and Indigenous people (CSWC, 2000:7).
They may want to use substitutive judgment and consider what the patient would have chosen had he or she been competent, Dr.
Two other forms of substitutive repetition are prominent in the text.
DBM then determines the price elasticity of every product and the cross-elasticity effects of every complementary, substitutive and competitive item.