Definition of creative in English:

creative

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Pronunciation: /kriːˈeɪtɪv
 
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adjective

noun

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  • A person whose job involves creative work: the most important people in the mix will be creatives and direct marketing specialists
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    • There are currently over 4,000 Bafta members entitled to vote in the film awards, made up of creatives and professionals working in the film, television and interactive industries.
    • The guys who are whining the loudest would make better use of their time inside the quiet space used by professional content creatives.
    • Pop is music made by professional commercial creatives.

Derivatives

creatively

adverb
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  • That commitment then allows government to work creatively with those needing adequate housing.
  • I want to do big things, yes, but I want to do them creatively and personally.
  • His drumming was the closest he came to being an artist and expressing himself creatively.

creativeness

noun
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  • ‘It's the creativeness and the coordination skills,’ she says.
  • His creativeness also extends into the literary field, with his poetry writings having been previously published as part of an anthology of local writers.
  • He appears not to know how to respond to creativeness.

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