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Pronunciation of Derivatives: Learn how to pronounce Derivatives in English correctly

Learn how to say Derivatives correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word derivative:

adjective
1imitative of the work of another artist, writer, etc., and usually disapproved of for that reason:
an artist who is not in the slightest bit derivative
originating from, based on, or influenced by:
Darwin’s work is derivative of the moral philosophers
2 [attributive] Finance (of a product) having a value deriving from an underlying variable asset:
equity-based derivative products
noun
1something which is based on another source:
the aircraft is a derivative of the Falcon 20G
a word derived from another or from a root in the same or another language:
‘fly-tip’ is a derivative of the phrase ‘on the fly’
a substance that is derived chemically from a specified compound:
crack is a highly addictive cocaine derivative
2 (often derivatives) Finance an arrangement or product (such as a future, option, or warrant) whose value derives from and is dependent on the value of an underlying asset, such as a commodity, currency, or security:
[as modifier]:
the derivatives market
3 Mathematics an expression representing the rate of change of a function with respect to an independent variable.
Derivatives
derivatively
adverb
Origin:
late Middle English (in the adjective sense ‘having the power to draw off’, and in the noun sense ‘a word derived from another’): from French dérivatif, -ive, from Latin derivativus, from derivare (see derive)