operational


operational
operationally, adv.
/op'euh ray"sheuh nl/, adj.
1. able to function or be used; functional: How soon will the new factory be operational?
2. Mil.
a. of, pertaining to, or involved in military operations.
b. on active service or combat duty: All units of the command are operational.
3. of or pertaining to operations or an operation.
[1920-25; OPERATION + -AL1]

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