Definition of consultative in English:

consultative

Pronunciation /kənˈsəltədiv/ /kənˈsəltədɪv/

Translate consultative into Spanish

adjective

  • Intended to give professional advice or recommendations.

    ‘a process of consultative review’
    • ‘They have expressed grave reservations about the proposed industry consultative panel.’
    • ‘The proposals from the committee are now in the consultative stage.’
    • ‘The museum has appointed him its consultative curator of American art.’
    • ‘Strong reservations are held by some, including the respected members of the profession involved in the consultative process.’
    • ‘They reciprocated the gesture by withdrawing from the consultative mechanisms, thereby aggravating already rancorous relations.’
    • ‘These managers are not notably more consultative in their approach to decision making than their Western counterparts.’
    • ‘He was named consultative chairman of the primitive art department at the Met.’
    • ‘At all these levels, the decision-making system should be consultative.’
    • ‘In 1954, the association was declared to be in accord with its mission and was granted consultative status.’
    • ‘As well as serving as a lobby group to further the business interests of its members, it serves as a consultative body to government.’