- of or constituting a theme or themes
- Linguis. of or relating to the stem of a word or to a vowel ending a stem that precedes an inflectional ending
- Brit., Philately of stamps collected according to a theme, or topic
The definition of thematic is something with recurring ideas.
An example of thematic are movies about super heroes.
Brit. any stamp of a thematic collection
- Of, relating to, or being a theme: a scene of thematic importance.
- Linguistics Of, constituting, or relating to the theme of a word: a thematic vowel.
Origin of thematicGreek thematikos from thema themat- theme ; see theme .
- A postage stamp that is part of a thematic collection
From Ancient Greek Î¸ÎµÎ¼Î±Ï„Î¹ÎºÏŒÏ‚ (thematikos), from Î¸ÎÎ¼Î± (thema, “theme").
- Ideally, this will eventually culminate in the running of a conference and/or thematic workshops.
- The Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) is widely used to research certain topics in psychology, such as dreams and fantasies, mate selection, the factors that motivate people's choice of occupations, and similar subjects.
- Thematic elements may be incorporated into the ye makeup looks, such as heavy silver-toned glitter and shimmer shades for a winter show, or rich plum or mauve shades to create sultry eyes for a spicy sexy feel.
- For example, you could create an album for each member of your family and organize layouts within the album in chronological order with a special section of thematic family history pages at the very end.
- The CAT, developed by psychiatrist and psychologist Leopold Bellak and Sonya Sorel Bellak and first published in 1949, is based on the picture-story test called the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT).