реагирующий; дающий реакцию; противодействующий; возвратный; реактивный
- But it is our considered judgement that this knowledge did not have the reactive effect which the sensitive nature of the issue might suggest.
- The makers of The Real World have dreamed up a box of stunts to demonstrate the potential of what they call "viewer reactive television".
- Lison-Tolosana, for example, has shown that suffering imposed by elders on their juniors leads the juniors to take a more or less hostile and reactive view of history (Lison-Tolosana, 1966).
- It is impossible to know the extent to which this knowledge had a reactive effect in the field, although the research was designed in such a way as to try to establish, as well as one ever could, whether there was a mask behind which respondents were concealing their true behaviour and feelings.
- One is to let the experience come to you (reactive) and the other, to deliberately seek it out (proactive).
- The one between two fused six-membered rings are the most reactive.
- We should not regard this situation lightly or allow ourselves to fall into a purely reactive management position.
- Teams are often reactive and concerned with routine.
- Banking in particular, seems particularly susceptible to failures in foreign markets caused by reactive pressures - much of the Third World debt problems can be traced to banks looking for easy foreign expansion routes when faced by lack of growth in domestic markets.
- Instead they would be forced into a "reactive" relationship with the governing body and thus the school could lose the creative and professional energies that have made it so effective.
- development of listening (and, as appropriate, reactive) skills in non-reciprocal situations;
- Mr Reilly says he wants to stop being reactive.
- "Many other chemicals are far more highly reactive, probably more toxic, certainly more flammable.