Definition of transcriptive in English:


Pronunciation /ˌtranˈskriptiv/


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‘What transcriptive technology can record the truth of inessentiality?’
  • ‘Thus it is possible that the kind of thought in which mathematicians engage is transcriptive thought.’
  • ‘While transcriptive mappings can be useful in writing libraries, they impose a run-time cost on the subprogram.’
  • ‘Thus the roles of the artist and viewer in a transcriptive model of cinematic production are editorially intertwined.’
  • ‘Beneath the lipid bilayer is a shell of protein known as the matrix protein, which is believed to interact with the transcriptive complex.’