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Definición de “reactive” en inglés

reactive

adjective uk   /riˈæk.tɪv/ us  
reacting to events or situations rather than acting first to change or prevent something: Unfortunately, the police have dealt with the problem of car theft in a reactive rather than a proactive way.
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