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motive, from the Latin verb moveō ((I) move), + -ation

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Motivation

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Motivations

Motivation (plural Motivations)
  1. Willingness of action esp. in behavior
  2. The action of motivating.
  3. Something which motivates.
  4. An incentive or reason for doing something.
  5. (advertising) a research rating that measures how the rational and emotional elements of a commercial affect consumer intention to consider, visit, or buy something.
    The motivation scores showed that 65% of people wanted to visit our website to learn more about the offer after watching the commercial.

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  • (advertising, research rating that measures how a commercial affect consumer intention): The Advertising Research Handbook Charles E. Young, Ideas in Flight, Seattle, WA, April 2005

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From French motivation.

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  • IPA: /motivasjoːn/, [motˢivaˈɕoːˀn]

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Motivation c. (singular definite Motivationen, plural indefinite Motivationer)

  1. motivation
  2. incentive

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motiver +‎ -ation

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motivation

  1. motivation

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Declination for Motivation Singular Uncountable
Common Indefinite Definite
Base form Motivation motivationen
Possessive form Motivations motivationens

motivation c.

  1. motivation; willingness of action

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