commemorative

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From commemorate +‎ -ive.

Adjective[edit]

commemorative (not comparable)

  1. Serving to commemorate something.
    a commemorative plaque
    • 1962 October, “New Reading on Railways: The Flying Scotsman 1862-1962. By C. Hamilton Ellis. Allen & Unwin. 6s.”, in Modern Railways, page unnumbered:
      The centenary of Britain's most famous train has called for a commemorative and descriptive work and in this 40-page illustrated booklet the author has tried—with some success, to pour a quart into a pint pot.

Translations[edit]

Noun[edit]

commemorative (plural commemoratives)

  1. An object made to commemorate a person, mark an event, etc.
  2. (philately) A postage stamp issued to commemorate, usually a person or event; also commonly applied to thematic (topical) stamp issues.

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Italian[edit]

Adjective[edit]

commemorative

  1. feminine plural of commemorativo