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constitutive

Definition of constitutive

Adjective

constitutive (comparative more constitutive, superlative most constitutive)

  1. having the power or authority to constitute, establish or enact something
  2. having the power or authority to appoint someone to office
  3. that makes something what it is; essential
  4. that forms a constituent part of something else
  5. (biochemistry),(of an enzyme) that is continuously produced at a constant rate

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