Meaning of “responsive” in the English Dictionary

"responsive" in British English

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responsiveadjective

uk /rɪˈspɒn.sɪv/ us /rɪˈspɑːn.sɪv/
responsively
adverb uk /rɪˈspɒn.sɪv.li/ us /rɪˈspɑːn.sɪv.li/
responsiveness
noun [ U ] uk /rɪˈspɒn.sɪv.nəs/ us /rɪˈspɑːn.sɪv.nəs/

(Definition of “responsive” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"responsive" in American English

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responsiveadjective

us /rɪˈspɑn·sɪv/

quick to act, esp. to meet the needs of someone or something:

He had promised a government responsive to the people.
responsiveness
noun [ U ] /rɪˈspɑn·sɪv·nəs/

This 5-minute procedure (= doing something to fix your computer)can let you keep more programs open and sharpen your PC's responsiveness.

(Definition of “responsive” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"responsive" in Business English

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responsiveadjective

uk /rɪˈspɒnsɪv/ us

reacting quickly and well to something or someone:

responsive to sth The most effective IT function is one that is responsive to the needs of the business it serves.
The management offer an efficient and responsive service to local companies.
responsively
adverb

The organization is not responsively run.

(Definition of “responsive” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)