Definition of associational in English:


Pronunciation /-SHənl/


See association

‘The rescuers are also free men and women, exhibiting all the associational skills that have made civil society so vibrant in Western history.’
  • ‘Nor does public protection and support for associational and affective ties need to be limited to marriage partners and parents and children.’
  • ‘The order is melodic, intuitive and associational rather than logical.’
  • ‘For example, it makes noncitizens deportable for wholly innocent associational activity.’
  • ‘Lots of people worry that public disclosure would chill associational rights.’