Describing something that dilutes or causes dilution.(adjective)
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Use "dilutive" in a sentence
"Wu expects Seagate's recent acquisition of Maxtor to be near-term dilutive given Maxtor's much lower margins."
"While any SaaS acquisition is going to have some near-term dilutive effect, we expect to work through that integration and keep marching towards that operating margin target."
"Given the leverage of the company, given the capital needs of the company, why not just sit on the cash sort of as rainy day cash even if they may be short-term dilutive, but just to have that access cash on the balance sheet?"