Definition of explorative in English:

explorative

Pronunciation /ikˈsplôrədiv/ /ɪkˈsplɔrədɪv/

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adjective

See explore

‘After the initial explorative phase which lasted for a few minutes, a decrease of the locomotor activity in both the control and the experimental groups was noticeable.’
  • ‘To find out, he asked her to prepare an explorative paper on the possibility of using television to teach young children.’
  • ‘Walter tells the women about all of his explorative experiences in Chicago over the past few days.’
  • ‘Through explorative activity and dialogue, we expect to generate prototype projects and ideas for future art/tech collaborations.’
  • ‘As mentioned in the introduction, this study was an explorative one which was aimed at generating data to assist in the design of new Web technologies.’