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  1. A @alex-k: ny "tentative answer" A @alex-k: a tentative answer A preliminary (tentative) findings A During research that remained tent A Some tentative answers A "edging out" is moving out of hidi A to give tentative advice to..? A A very tentative suggestion - F Tentative solution.
  2. adjective Tentative agreements, plans, or arrangements are not definite or certain, but have been made as a first step. Political leaders have reached a tentative agreement. Such theories are still very tentative.
  3. Define tentatively. tentatively synonyms, tentatively pronunciation, tentatively translation, English dictionary definition of tentatively. adj. 1. Not fully worked out, concluded, or agreed on; provisional: tentative plans. tentatively - in a tentative manner; "we agreed tentatively on a dinner date".
  4. Tentative Ruling: To continue the Final Review Hearing in this matter to Monday, July 27, at a.m. in Department 2. At least five (5) days prior to the hearing, Plaintiff shall file a supplemental declaration detailing the disposition of proceeds from any un-cashed settlement checks.
  5. Tentative is from the Latin tentare (“to attempt”), and its original meaning was “attempted, provisional, experimental.” It is easy to see how this emphasis on trial and error led to the word’s current sense “not fully worked out or developed” (as in "a tentative date," "tentative plans," "a tentative .
  6. tentative: 1 adj unsettled in mind or opinion “drew a few tentative conclusions” Synonyms: doubtful unsettled still in doubt adj under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon “just a tentative schedule” Synonyms: probationary, provisional, provisionary conditional imposing or depending on or containing a condition.
  7. tentative definition: The definition of tentative is not definite or final. (adjective) An example of tentative is possible, though not definite, plans to go to the movies sometime on Friday.
  8. TENTATIVE Meaning: "trying, testing," from Latin tentatus, past participle of tentare "to feel, try." Related: Tentatively; See definitions of tentative.
  9. ten•ta•tive /ˈtɛntətɪv/ USA pronunciation adj. of the nature of an experiment: reached a tentative agreement and prevented a strike.

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