Definition of 'developmental'
Example sentences containing 'developmental'
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And after the last debacle there was no way any politician would agree to give him any training or developmental role. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)He'd checked up on the man: a developmental psychologist from the Maudsley, and reputedly very good. GRACE (2002)That tendency, I thought, to slight the developmental logic of extraordinary events, decisive battles, and so forth. STONE CITY (2002)
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Translations for 'developmental'
British English: developmental ADJECTIVE
Developmental means relating to the development of someone or something.
...the emotional, educational, and developmental needs of the child.
- American English: developmental
- Brazilian Portuguese: de desenvolvimento
- Chinese: 发展的
- European Spanish: del desarrollo
- French: de développement
- German: Entwicklungs-
- Italian: dello sviluppo
- Japanese: 発達上の
- Korean: 개발 상의
- European Portuguese: de desenvolvimento
- Spanish: del desarrollo
Definition of developmental from the Collins English Dictionary
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