distributive

Adjective

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Adjective

**distributive**

- Relating to distribution.
- Tending to distribute; serving to divide and assign in portions; dealing a proper share to each.
*distributive**justice*

- (
*mathematics*) A property of functions that have a rule describing how the function can be performed to the individual components of another operation.- If function
*f*is**distributive**with respect to function*g*, then f(a, g(b,c)) = g(f(a,b), f(a,c)). - If the operation \star is
**distributive**with respect to the operation \circ, then a \star (b \circ c) = (a \star b) \circ (a \star c) .

- If function
- (
*logic*) Assigning the species of a general term. - (
*grammar*) Expressing separation; denoting a taking singly, not collectively.*a***distributive**adjective or pronoun, such as "each", "either", or "every"*a***distributive**numeral, such as Latin "bini" (two by two)

- distributive justice

- Russian: дистрибуцио́нный

- French: distributif
- German: distributiv

**distributive** (*plural* distributives)

- (
*grammar*) distributive case - (
*grammar*) A distributive adjective or pronoun. - (
*math*) A distributive numeral.

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