Definición de meditative en inglés:

meditative

Saltos de línea: medi|ta¦tive
Pronunciación: /ˈmɛdɪˌtətɪv
 
, -ˌteɪtɪv/

adjetivo

Relating to or absorbed in meditation or considered thought: meditative techniques
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The centre of the Labyrinth is a space of meditative prayer and peace.
  • His meditative films reflected an unease with the modern world and a feeling of malaise in western society.
  • The image is used particularly to refer to certain meditative techniques of self-reflection.
Sinónimos
contemplative, prayerful, reflective, musing, pensive, cogitative, thinking, thoughtful, studious, rapt, introspective, brooding, philosophical, ruminative, deliberative, ruminant, speculative, wistful
rare lucubratory

Origen

early 17th century: from meditate + -ive, reinforced by French méditatif, -ive.

Derivativos

meditatively

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The doctor spread his fingers meditatively on the desk.
  • He paused again, meditatively, and his voice was thoughtful when he continued.
  • Should you sit down meditatively and try to introspect your own thoughts?

meditativeness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Of course, you need a quiet place, and time to observe and to attain a state of meditativeness and contemplativeness.
  • The best pieces are the ones with the least instrumentation - they reward the careful listener with flashes of warmth and meditativeness in the midst of the chilly haze.
  • Already from the very beginning his poetry has been marked by a kind of Oriental peace and meditativeness.

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adjective
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