di·ges·tive /-ˈʤɛstɪv/ 名詞
Di·gest·ive a. Pertaining to digestion; having the power to cause or promote digestion; as, the digestive ferments.
Digestive cheese and fruit there sure will be. --B. Jonson.
Digestive apparatus, the organs of food digestion, esp. the alimentary canal and glands connected with it.
Digestive salt, the chloride of potassium.
1. That which aids digestion, as a food or medicine.
That digestive [a cigar] had become to me as necessary as the meal itself. --Blackw. Mag.
2. Med. (a) A substance which, when applied to a wound or ulcer, promotes suppuration. --Dunglison. (b) A tonic. [R.]
adj : relating to or having the power to cause or promote
digestion; "digestive juices"; "a digestive enzyme";