manipulative definition

  • adjective:
    • Serving, tending, or obtaining the power to adjust.
    • maintaining adjust others.
    • achieving a person's targets at the cost of other people using them.
    • Of or regarding manipulation; done by manipulation.
    • Prone to try to affect others by devious or refined mental means, in order to induce all of them to complete exactly what a person wishes.
    • skillful in influencing or managing others to your own advantage
  • noun:
    • some of different items built to be relocated or arranged by hand as a method of establishing engine skills or understanding abstractions, particularly in mathematics.
    • A manipulable object made to demonstrate a mathematical concept.
    • Any item given to children to cause them to become discover by manipulating real things; applied specially to solid things of varying geometrical form which can be fit collectively to form larger aggregates.
  • others:
    • Of or pertaining to manipulation: because, manipulative energy or ability.

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