Definition of "translative"
  1. Referring to something that involves or causes the transfer or passage from one person, place, or thing to another
How to use "translative" in a sentence
  1. A translative deed is needed to shift the ownership of property from one person to another.
  2. In inheritance law, the translative role of a will is to pass the deceased's assets to the beneficiaries.
  3. In the corporate world, a translative contract can cause the transfer of company stocks.

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