Definición de ostensive en inglés:

ostensive

Silabificación: os·ten·sive
Pronunciación: /äˈstensiv
 
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adjetivo

1Directly or clearly demonstrative.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Those results are ostensive evidence implying the contribution of apparent motion mechanisms to ILM perception.
  • Both texts direct the reader to attend to the saving and comforting power of God; both also provide ostensive biblical legitimization for Equiano's autobiography.
  • Nevertheless, while we might struggle to analyze ‘religion’, an ostensive project should be reasonably successful.
1.1 Linguistics Denoting a way of defining by direct demonstration, e.g., by pointing.

Origen

mid 16th century: from late Latin ostensivus, from ostens- 'stretched out to view' (see ostensible).

Derivativos

ostensively

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • How did these lists - which ostensively are trying to measure the same thing - get so dissimilar?
  • Foundationalist empiricism recognizes two source of meaning: some terms derive their meanings ostensively, by correlation with whatever is ‘directly presented’ in experience.
  • Bishop is closer to the modernists on this front and closer, particularly, to what Altieri calls ‘the romantic values they were ostensively denying’.

ostensiveness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • How can certain stimuli signal their own intended ostensiveness, prior to the recipient's search for the relevance of the information that the stimulus allegedly singles out?

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