irretentive

irretentive

(ˌɪrɪˈtɛntɪv)
adj
not retentive
ˌirreˈtentiveness n
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ir•re•ten•tive

(ˌɪr ɪˈtɛn tɪv)

adj.
not retentive; lacking power to retain, esp. mentally.
[1740–50]
ir`re•ten′tive•ness, ir`re•ten′tion, n.
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It was determined that Lithuania's financial markets development level can be evaluated respectively by 4.3 (I) and 4.6 (II) points (irretentive evaluation).
irretentive evaluation), and the possibilities to determine its sustainability depends first of all on problematic primary indicators (these groups) evaluated most unfavorably.