derivatives is the plural form of derivative.

derivative

derivative
adjective
1. (unoriginal) 
Many of this artist's paintings are derivative both in theme and technique.Muchas de las obras de este artista son poco originales, tanto en lo que respecta al tema como a la técnica.
2. (derived) 
a. derivado 
"Chronological" is a derivative word from the Greek word for time, "khronos.""Cronológico" es una palabra derivada de la palabra griega para designar el tiempo, "khronos".
noun
3. (linguistics) 
"Unhappy" is a derivative of "happy.""Infeliz" es un derivado de "feliz".
4. (chemistry) 
I just read the label. There are petroleum derivatives in my lip balm.Acabo de leer la etiqueta. Hay derivados del petróleo en mi bálsamo para los labios.
5. (mathematics) 
Brian calculated the derivatives of the baseball players' batting averages.Brian calculó las derivadas de los promedios de bateo de los jugadores de béisbol.
6. (finance) 
Michael found out that the underlying securities of the derivatives he purchased were worthless.Michael descubrió que los valores subyacentes de los derivados que compró no tenían ningún valor.
derivative
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el derivado (M) 
adjective
2. (general) 
a. poco original 
derivative [dɪˈrɪvətɪv]
adjective
(Chem) (Ling) derivado; (unoriginal) [+literary work, style] poco original;
noun
(Chem) (Ling) (Economics) derivado (m)
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