Meaning of representatively in English:


Pronunciation /ˌrɛprɪˈzɛntətɪvli/


See representative

‘It is much less adept at counting employees in small businesses, simply because there are too many small enterprises to representatively sample them.’
  • ‘The revolutionaries of 1789 assumed that national sovereignty could only be exercised representatively, but within ten years Napoleon had begun to show how it could be appropriated to legitimize dictatorship and even monarchy.’
  • ‘A left lower lobectomy was performed, and sectioning of the lung demonstrated a 1.3-cm firm, tan-pink mass which was representatively frozen.’
  • ‘We had only six L. marinas, so we may not have sampled the polymorphism within that species representatively.’
  • ‘Each claims that it has standing to sue representatively, on behalf of its members, and for the injuries the organization has itself suffered.’