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inventive

adjective  /ɪnˈven·tɪv/ approving us  
having or showing the ability to design or create something new: He is famous for his zany, inventive books for children.
Translations of “inventive”
in Chinese (Traditional) 善於創新的,有新意的…
in Russian изобретательный…
in Turkish yaratıcı, bulucu, ilginç buluşları olan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 善于有新主意、新想法的…
in Polish pomysłowy…
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