Marked by, requiring, or involving participation, especially affording the opportunity for individual participation: a participatory democracy. (adjective)
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Use "participatory" in a sentence
""NASA's Mars program is a prime example of what we call participatory exploration," NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden said."
"The CONARU organized a tour to all the campuses to hear how other students made their decisions and to explain the model I just described, which we call participatory democracy."
"Gilles Frydman, a member of the journal's editorial board who was pulled into participatory medicine because of life-threatening complications his wife had during pregnancy and also later when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, coined the term participatory medicine and wrote the"