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normative
American English: /ˈnɔrmədɪv/
British English: /ˈnɔːmətɪv/

Translation of normative in Spanish:

adjective

  • (attitude/approach)
    normative grammar
    gramática (feminine) normativa
    Example sentences
    • More frightening, though, was the use of asymmetries of will and of normative behaviour.
    • He is backing a proposal whose purpose is to destroy normative values of behaviour.
    • Borders of lifestyles are specified, rather than normative standards of living.

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