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innovative

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinnovativein‧nov‧at‧ive /ˈɪnəvətɪv $ ˈɪnəˌveɪtɪv/ ●○○ AWL (also innovatory) adjective  1 NEWan innovative idea or way of doing something is new, different, and better than those that existed before an innovative approach to language teaching innovative schemes for recycling waste materialssee thesaurus at new2 MODERNusing clever new ideas and methods an innovative design team
Examples from the Corpus
innovativeThe idea for the programme 'Big Brother' was highly innovative.When it was first introduced, the electric car was described as one of the ten most innovative products of the year.The city has introduced an innovative system of traffic control.an innovative young maninnovative approachBoth Johansson and Reddy reached their conclusions by using a simple, yet innovative approach.The innovative approach cost only a small amount more, with no increase in price to the customer.In Chapter Seven, we will discuss the innovative approach he and his colleagues followed.It means taking an innovative approach to business.To succeed in such an environment requires an innovative approach to business.Grammar Dictation offers an innovative approach to the study of grammar in the language classroom.A couple of early speeches suggested that he might marry innovative approaches with a commitment to U.S. leadership.
From Longman Business Dictionaryinnovativein‧nov‧at‧ive /ˈɪnəˌveɪtɪv/ adjective1an innovative product, method, process etc is new, different, and better than those that existed beforeKodak has developed some innovative products in electronic imaging.We supply goods to customers who want innovative design.an innovative approach to problem solving2using or developing new and original ideas and methodsVW became one of the West’s most innovative auto makers.innovatively adverbinnovatively designed and well-engineered cars
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