promethean - from Prometheus describes a scheme that is daringly original and creative
courageous, fearless, bold, brash, dauntless,
The English word "creative" can be translated as either a noun or an adjective in Greek. Using the English alphabet, the adjective translation becomes "dimiourgikes".
It's an adjective. It doesn't have a plural form in English. If you use it with a noun, the noun can be plural:creative ideascreative workscreative suggestionscreative peoplecreative solutionsYou might see "creative" treated as a noun in advertising jargon, but it is not standard English.
"Créatif" in the masculine and "créative" in the feminine are French equivalents of the English word "creative."Specifically, the masculine adjective "créatif" and the feminine "créative" mean "creative, divine, imaginative." The masculine form is pronounced "kreh-ah-teef." The feminine is pronounced "kreh-ah-teev."
"Creative" in English is creativo in Italian.
English is a proper adjective.
"BeautÃ© crÃ©ative" is a French equivalent of the English phrase "creative beauty."Specifically, the feminine noun "beautÃ©" means "beauty." The feminine adjective "crÃ©ative" means "creative." The pronunciation is "boh-teh kreh-ah-teev."
"English" is both a noun and an adjective.
"Ã‰criture crÃ©ative" is a French equivalent of the English phrase "creative writing."Specifically, the feminine noun "Ã©criture" means "writing." The feminine adjective "crÃ©ative" means "creative." The pronunciation is "eh-kree-tyoor kreh-ah-teev."
The word English may be used as a noun or as an adjective.
"First" as an adjective and "(the) first" as a noun are English equivalents of the French word premier. The masculine singular adjective also translates as "main," "original," "primary" or "prime" according to English contexts. The pronunciation will be "pruh-myey" in Alsatian French.
In English, the adjective is Andorran.
English is an adjective. Adjectives that can be used to describe the noun "English" include Queen's, proper, and modern.
"Molto originale" is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "very original."Specifically, the adverb "molto" means "very." The feminine/masculine adjective "originale" means "original." The pronunciation is "MOHL-toh-ree-djee-NAH-leh."
YES it is adjective (ENGLISH) / pang-uri (TAGALOG)
In Holland, the Dutch adjective is "Holland's." There is no true adjective for Holland in English. The closest adjective in English is "Dutch," however, that not only applies to Holland but to all of the Netherlands. It is also common to hear "of or from Holland" in English.
"Original" in English is originale in Italian.
The classical Latin language has no equivalent adjectiveto the English word 'creative'. Instead, one possibility is the use of one of the noun or verb forms. The most obvious equivalents are the verb creare, which means 'to bring into existence'; and the noun creator for a creative male, and creatrixfor a creative female. The other possibility is the use of the phrase aptus ad creandum, which means 'fit at creating' about a male, and apta ad creandum about a female.
The adjective of the English word easily is "easy".
either English (language) or English (adjective)
The adjective used to refer to the people of England is 'the English'.
The proper adjective is an English writer
You can major in creative writing during college. You can look into English classes.
"Very original" is an English equivalent of the Italian "molto originale."Specifically, the adverb "molto" means "very." The feminine/masculine adjective "originale" means "original." The pronunciation is "MOHL-toh-ree-djee-NAH-leh."