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 (kən-sŭl′tə-tĭv) also con·sul·tive (-sŭl′tĭv) or con·sul·ta·to·ry (-tôr′ē)
Of or relating to consultation; advisory.
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Adj.1.consultive - giving adviceconsultive - giving advice; "an advisory memorandum", "his function was purely consultative"
informatory, informative - providing or conveying information
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"There's a huge shortage of counsellors, psychologists and indeed consultive psychiatrists."
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cooperative, consultive, dialogue-heavy shared governance process...
Peter Chapman, a Unison representative and lead for police staff in the North East, speaking from the Police Staff Conference in Southport, said: "We've already had a consultive ballot where we asked members if they object to the pay offer of 1% and if they are willing to take part in action up to and including industrial action.
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