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adjective imaginative pronunciation in British English /ɪˈmædʒɪnətɪv/
  1. 1
    involving new, different, or exciting ideas
    the imaginative use of computers in the classroom
    problems that may require more imaginative solutions
    very/highly imaginative: They suggested some very imaginative ways of reducing costs.
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    1. a.
      used about someone who has new, different, or exciting ideas
      He was more imaginative than most history teachers.
  2. 2
    involving the use of your imagination
    imaginative play/writing

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