Inductive meaning

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The definition of inductive is something that makes an action take place.

An example of an inductive response is a baby laugh making others smile.

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Of, relating to, or using logical induction.

Inductive reasoning.

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Of or arising from inductance.

Inductive reactance.

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Causing or influencing; inducing.
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Introductory.
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Inducing; leading on.
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Of, or proceeding by methods of, logical induction.

Inductive reasoning.

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Produced by induction.
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Of inductance or electrical or magnetic induction.
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Introductory.
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Producing a change or response in an organism.
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(logic) Of, or relating to logical induction.
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(physics) Of, relating to, or arising from induction or inductance.
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Influencing; tending to induce or cause.
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Origin of inductive

  • From Middle French inductif, from Late Latin inductivus
    From Wiktionary