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acceptive

(ækˈsɛptɪv)
adj
ready or willing to accept
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Adj.1.acceptive - inclined to accept rather than rejectacceptive - inclined to accept rather than reject; "she was seldom acceptive of my suggestions"
rejective - rejecting or tending to reject; "rejective or overcritical attitudes of disappointed parents"
2.acceptive - accepting willinglyacceptive - accepting willingly; "acceptive of every new idea"; "an acceptant type of mind"
receptive, open - ready or willing to receive favorably; "receptive to the proposals"
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The multi-dimensional-based research (Passila et al, 2013) has been introduced as an innovative technique of intervention--aiming to develop public health care services, in an acceptive and committed way, as a qualitative research method for interpretative user-driven innovation processes.
In addition, the HFLMPA, IHFLPMOWA, HFLMPMA and IHFLPOWA operators take into account probabilistic information in HFLTSs, their movies fuzzy ontologies may be more acceptive than others operators in real world practices.
The 11 scores were defined by the direction of the problem resolution (Extraceptive, Intraceptive or Acceptive) and how the individual tried to solve the problem (action with emphasis on the obstacle, reaction against a focus, reaction with apology, reaction for solving).
I really enjoyed it, and I'm thankful they were so acceptive of me going there to get up my match fitness.
v; ds; d1 = 223 (at v; d1, ds = 15) E.g., accept 1360, accepting 1577 (1), acceptive 1596 (5) vs.
With this mentality, the Dutch are very acceptive of foreign radio and television broadcasts from across their borders.
Bulgarian authorities, on the other hand, have stayed acceptive and have even stated that France has right to expell individuals who violate French legislation.
For example, General Motors Acceptive Corporation (GMAC) Mortgage identifies its customers as "financial institutions, government-sponsored enterprises, specialty finance companies, insurance companies, utility companies, and investment banking firms" (Business Wire, Inc.
Supposedly, religion should console, inspire, promote the good life, and aid in making tragic personal events acceptive, if not understood.