Associations to the word «Creative»


CREATIVE, adjective. Tending to create things, or having the ability to create; often, excellently, in a novel fashion, or any or all of these.
CREATIVE, adjective. (of a created thing) Original, expressive and imaginative.
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CREATIVE, noun. (countable) A person directly involved in a creative marketing process.
CREATIVE, noun. (uncountable) Artistic material used in advertising, e.g. photographs, drawings, or video.
CREATIVE ACCOUNTING, noun. (business) (euphemistic) (sometimes humorous) Financial accounting practices which are usually not explicitly illegal, but which are unorthodox, imaginative, usually misleading, and of questionable ethics.
CREATIVE COMMONS, proper noun. A set of licences intended to offer the consumer more freedoms than traditional copyright.
CREATIVE DESTRUCTION, noun. (economics) The process of industrial mutation that continually revolutionizes the economic structure from within.
CREATIVE DIFFERENCES, noun. (euphemistic) Interpersonal disagreements within a collaborating group of musicians, authors, or other artists, especially as resulting in a collapse of the collaboration.
CREATIVE ENERGY, noun. Creativity
CREATIVE WORK, noun. (chiefly copyright) A tangible manifestation of creative effort, such as literature, music, paintings, and software.
CREATIVE WORKS, noun. Plural of creative work
CREATIVE WRITING, noun. Art of writing texts such as novels, short stories and poems which fall outside the bounds of professional, journalistic, academic and technical discourse.

Dictionary definition

CREATIVE, adjective. Having the ability or power to create; "a creative imagination".
CREATIVE, adjective. Promoting construction or creation; "creative work".

Wise words

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