refrigerative

adjective re·frig·er·a·tive

Definition of refrigerative

  1. :  tending to cool :  allaying heat :  cooling

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Origin and Etymology of refrigerative

Middle French refrigeratif, from Late Latin refrigerativus, from Latin refrigeratus (past participle of refrigerare to refrigerate) + -ivus -ive


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