Definition of reiterative in English:

reiterative

adjective

See reiterate

‘We argue this examination needs to take into account the status of Maori under the Treaty, and to recognise the reiterative and regulatory role of media discourses.’
  • ‘But her assuming of this identity, here, is intended as an interruption in that reiterative homophobia that promotes and produces certain socially acceptable versions of self, whilst condemning others.’
  • ‘Rehabilitation is a reiterative, active, educational, problem solving process focused on a patient's behaviour, with the following components.’
  • ‘Indicating a constant testing of the consciousness of survival, this reiterative process of deferral is what paradoxically shapes and undermines the narrative.’
  • ‘But at times I found the exposition a bit overextended and reiterative and the family clashes underdramatized.’

Pronunciation

reiterative

/rēˈid(ə)rədiv/ /riˈɪd(ə)rədɪv/