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ex·plan·a·to·ry

 (ĭk-splăn′ə-tôr′ē)
adj.
Serving or intended to explain: an explanatory paragraph.

ex·plan′a·to′ri·ly adv.

explanatory

(ɪkˈsplænətərɪ; -trɪ) or

explanative

adj
serving or intended to serve as an explanation
exˈplanatorily adv

ex•plan•a•to•ry

(ɪkˈsplæn əˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i)

also ex•plan′a•tive,



adj.
serving to explain: an explanatory footnote.
[1610–20; < Late Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.explanatory - serving or intended to explain or make clear; "explanatory notes"; "an explanatory paragraph"
instructive, informative - serving to instruct or enlighten or inform

explanatory

adjective descriptive, interpretive, illustrative, interpretative, demonstrative, justifying, expository, illuminative, elucidatory, explicative The statements are accompanied by a series of explanatory notes.

explanatory

adjective
Translations
تَفْسيري، إيضاحي
forklarende
megmagyarázó
skÿringar-
vysvetľujúci
açıklayıcı

explanatory

[ɪksˈplænətərɪ] ADJexplicativo; [note] → aclaratorio

explanatory

[ɪkˈsplænətəri] adj [note] → explicatif/ive

explanatory

adjerklärend; a few explanatory notesein paar Anmerkungen zur Erklärung

explanatory

[ɪksˈplænətrɪ] adj (words) → di spiegazione; (notes) → esplicativo/a

explain

(ikˈsplein) verb
1. to make (something) clear or easy to understand. Can you explain the railway timetable to me?; Did she explain why she was late?
2. to give, or be, a reason for. I cannot explain his failure; That explains his silence.
explanation (ekspləˈneiʃən) noun
1. the act or process of explaining. Let me give a few words of explanation.
2. a statement or fact that explains. There are several possible explanations for the explosion.
exˈplanatory (-ˈsplӕnə-) adjective
giving an explanation. There are explanatory notes in this book.
explain away
to get rid of (difficulties etc) by clever explaining. She could not explain away the missing money.

explanatory

a. explicativo, aclaratorio;
self-explanatoryque no necesita explicación o aclaración.
References in classic literature ?
"Mongoose," said Adam, and then added explanatorily: "I was out with the mongoose just after three."
When the spring evenings are too long and light to shut out, and such weather is rife, the city which Mr Podsnap so explanatorily called London, Londres, London, is at its worst.
It explains, first, the relevant accounts of concept possession Kant encountered in the writings of his predecessors; and, second, how within this context he first expressed a commitment to the view that conceptual content is explanatorily dependent on acts of judgment.
So constitutivism does not seem very explanatorily powerful because it cannot handle all the reasons there are.
to have a conception of (and elaborate theory about) them, it is necessary to grasp their underlying function--functional considerations are, thus, explanatorily fundamental (p.
Rather, the demonstration of the 2R-theorem is meant to show how 2R is explanatorily related to a specific property (or cluster of properties) common to all objects that happen to have 2R: being a three-sided rectilinear closed figure, i.e.
The sixth is identifying explanatorily crucial explanations.
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However, his idea that number ascriptions are explanatorily prior to equinumerosity statements is motivated by his ill-founded refusal to explain the notion of equinumerosity in terms of one-one correlations.
We considered that the interactionist perspective that integrated the other two perspectives was explanatorily advantageous.
The notion of virtue justifies the notion of right conduct in a sense that is explanatorily prior to the notion of right conduct.
It seems TEP theory best ties together historic truths like (a)-(c) above explanatorily from which directly derives 12 social theory imperatives, do's and don'ts, for ADP.