Meaning of clarificatory in English:


Pronunciation /ˌklarɪfɪˈkeɪt(ə)ri/


See clarification

‘He criticized the Commission's proposed clarificatory amendment to Article 2.’
  • ‘We are happy to discuss the principles in a clarificatory manner.’
  • ‘Important clarificatory work immediately followed.’
  • ‘But I have to admit that lots of people seem to have no difficulty in working out, in context, the intentions of the writer or speaker, so maybe my clarificatory work was just fussiness.’
  • ‘To these the editor has added an abundance of useful clarificatory notes.’