Definition of curatively in English:

curatively

adverb

See curative

‘At present, there is some evidence that retinoid or high-dose vitamin A chemoprevention may reduce the recurrence rate and improve the disease-free interval in patients curatively resected for stage I lung cancer.’
  • ‘We sprayed curatively and we were able to increase our spray intervals.’
  • ‘‘We combat many insect problems curatively with sprays, but the emerald ash borer is a completely different story,’ said Lang.’
  • ‘Foliar applications must be started as from the first growing periods, preventively, or as soon as the first signs of deficiency appears, curatively, and must be repeated according to their evolution.’
  • ‘Free peritoneal tumour cells are an independent prognostic factor in curatively resected stage IB gastric carcinoma.’