posit

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} varsaymak
var saymak
farz etmek
oturtmak
yerleştirmek
önermek
{f} yerine koymak
öne sürmek
varsay/yerleştir
{f} farzetmek
tespit etmek
position
mevki
positively
olumlu yönde
positive
artı
positively
olumlu şekilde
position
pozisyon

Ben, istediğim pozisyonu alamadım. - I failed to get the position I wanted.

Bir inşaat şirketinde on beş yıldan sonra, Bill Pearson'a sorumlu bölge müdürü pozisyonu verildi. - After fifteen years at a building firm, Bill Pearson was given the responsible position of area manager.

position
konum

Sana tavsiye verecek konumda değilim. - I'm not in a position to give you advice.

Şu anda hassas bir konumdayım. - I am now in a delicate position.

positive
olumlu

Tom olaylar hakkında biraz daha olumlu olmayı öğrense, büyük olasılıkla insanlar ondan biraz daha hoşlanır. - If Tom would learn to be a little more positive about things, people would probably like him a bit more.

Bu raporla ilgili olumlu musunuz? - Are you positive of that report?

positive
pozitif

Protonlar pozitif, elektronlar negatif yüke sahiptir ve nötronların yükü yoktur. - Protons have a positive charge, electrons have a negative charge, and neutrons have no charge.

Negatif elektronlar pozitif elektronlar çekerler. - Negative electrons attract positive electrons.

position
{i} durum

Tom durumunu netleştirdi. - Tom made his position clear.

O, durumunu bana açıkladı. - He explained his position to me.

position
yerleştirmek
positively
olumlu biçimde
posited
belirlenmiş
posited
konmuş
position
unvan

Büyük bir unvan mutlaka yüksek bir görev anlamına gelmez. - A big title does not necessarily mean a high position.

position
konumlamak
position
görevi

Amcam geçen yıl öğretmenlikten emekli oldu, fakat üniversitede bir görevi hâlâ sürdürebiliyordu. - My uncle retired from teaching last year, but he still managed to hang onto a position at the university.

Okul müdürlüğü görevine terfi ettirildi. - He was promoted to the position of school principal.

position
konumlanmak
position
konumuna getirmek
position
(Politika, Siyaset) düşünce
position
(Ticaret) kişisel görüş

Başkan konuyla ilgili kişisel görüşünü belirtti. - The president stated his position on the issue.

position
(Ticaret) kanı
position
pozisyonlandırmak
position
(Kanun) yargı
position
(Ticaret) kadro
position
toplumsal durum
position
tutum
position
(Ticaret) konumlandırmak
positive
(Matematik) sıfırdan büyük nicelik
positive
(Ticaret) lehte
positive
(Askeri) pozitif fotoğraf
positive
zait
positive
(Kanun) meriyette
positive
belli
positive
yapıcı
positive
(Matematik) artı nicelik
positive
pozitif görüntü
positive
kati şey
positive
pozitif resim
positive
faydalı
positive
kesinlik

Kesinlikle olumlu musun? - Are you absolutely positive?

Bunu yapabileceğimden kesinlikle eminim. - I'm absolutely positive that I can do that.

positive
(Kanun) meri
positively
olumlu bir şekilde
positiveness
pozitiflik
position

Hükümet konağında iyi bir işi var. - He has a good position in a government office.

O, firmada önemli bir konumu işgal eder. - He occupies a prominent position in the firm.

position
rütbe
position
görev

Amcam geçen yıl öğretmenlikten emekli oldu, fakat üniversitede bir görevi hâlâ sürdürebiliyordu. - My uncle retired from teaching last year, but he still managed to hang onto a position at the university.

Ağabeyim büyük bir ticari kuruluşta görev yapıyor. - My elder brother got a position in a big business.

position
vaziyet
position
yerini belirlemek
position
hal

Amcam geçen yıl öğretmenlikten emekli oldu, fakat üniversitede bir görevi hâlâ sürdürebiliyordu. - My uncle retired from teaching last year, but he still managed to hang onto a position at the university.

position
memuriyet
positive
gerçek

Gerçekten olumlu hissettim. - I felt really positive.

positive
yararlı
positive
mutlak
positive
belirgin
positive
(fotoğraf) pozitif
positive
şüphesiz
positive
emin

Onun bitirdiğinden eminim. - I am positive that he has finished.

Onun Tom olduğundan emin misin? - Are you positive it was Tom?

positive
(foto) pozitif resim
positive
hastalık belirtisi gösteren
positively
çok
positively
gerçekten
position
pozisyonu
position
{f} konumla

Takım yıldızları gökyüzündeki yıldızların konumlarını tanımaya yardım etmek için faydalı bir yol olabilir. - Constellations can be a useful way to help identify positions of stars in the sky.

position
fikir
positions
durumlar
positive
positif
positive
pozitife
position
sav

Bu pozisyon beni son derece savunmasız hissettiriyor. - This position makes me feel extremely vulnerable.

position
yer

Derin ve saygılı huşuyla şamdanı önceki yerine koydum. - With deep and reverent awe I replaced the candelabrum in its former position.

Bütün oyuncular yerlerindeydi. - All the players were in position.

position
görüş

Başkan konuyla ilgili kişisel görüşünü belirtti. - The president stated his position on the issue.

position
duruş
position
meram
position
orun
position
koymak
position
(Askeri) NİŞAN VAZİYETİ: Bir tüfek veya diğer silahla ateş ederken bir asker tarafından alınan standart vaziyetlerden herhangi biri
position
statü
position
sosyal pozisyon
position
durum,v.yerleştir: n.pozisyon
position
{i} toplumsal durum, sosyal pozisyon
position
{i} ask. mevzi
position
(Tıp) Durum, vaziyet, şekil, yer, pozisyon
position
yerini bulmak
position
mahal mevzi
position
(Tıp) Özel muayeneler için vücuda verilen bazı durumlar
position
position paper belli bir sorun üzerinde bi
position
(Tıp) Çocuğun uterus içindeki durumu
positive
olumlu derece
positive
dogmatik
positive
kuşkusuz
positive
kesin şey
positive
müspet
positive
mutlâk
positive
{i} pozitif görüntü (film)
positive
sıfırdan büyük
positive
hakiki
positive
{s} kesin

Sen kesinlikle bitkin görünüyorsun. - You look positively haggard.

Tom'un bunu yapabildiğinden kesinlikle eminim. - I'm absolutely positive that Tom can do that.

positive
{s} inatçı
positive
(Askeri) POZİTİF RESİM; POZİTİF FOTOĞRAF: Orijinal süjedeki, aşağı yukarı aynı renk gölge tonunu ifade eden bir fotoğraf
positive
{s} gerçek: a positive
positive
vazıh
positive
(Tıp) Kat'i
positive
{s} kesin, mutlak: positive proof kesin delil
positive
sarih
positive
foto
positive
{s} tam
positive
(Tıp) Bir madde, durum veya hastalığın mevcudiyetini gösteren
positive
kalevi
positive
{s} olumlu, pozitif: a positive development olumlu bir gelişme
positive
elek

Pozitif atom çekirdekleri negatif elektronları çeker. - Positive atomic nuclei attract negative electrons.

Negatif elektronlar pozitif elektronlar çekerler. - Negative electrons attract positive electrons.

positive
çekici
positive
muhakkak
positively
mutlâk
positively
emin olarak
positively
kesin olarak
positively
kesinkes
positively
tam olarak
positively
pozitif olarak
positively
emin bir şekilde
positively
kesin/pozitif olarak
positiveness
güven
positiveness
olumluluk
positiveness
kesinlik
positiveness
inanç
positiveness
{i} pozitif olma
Englisch - Englisch
Something that is posited; a postulate
Put (something somewhere) firmly
Assume the existence of; to postulate

some who posit both this cause and besides this the source of movement, which we have got from some as single and from other as twofold.

Propose for consideration or study; to suggest
Abbreviation of position
to present in an orderly manner
put before; "I submit to you that the accused is guilty"
To assume as real or conceded; as, to posit a principle
To dispose or set firmly or fixedly; to place or dispose in relation to other objects
(logic) a proposition that is accepted as true in order to provide a basis for logical reasoning
take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom; "He posited three basic laws of nature"
If you posit something, you suggest or assume it as the basis for an argument or calculation. Several writers have posited the idea of a universal consciousness Callahan posits that chemical elements radiate electromagnetic signals. = postulate. to suggest that a particular idea should be accepted as a fact posit that (positus; POSITION)
{f} assume, postulate; present a position, establish a viewpoint
put (something somewhere) firmly; "She posited her hand on his shoulder"; "deposit the suitcase on the bench"; "fix your eyes on this spot"
position
A status or rank

Chief of Staff is the second-highest position in the army.

position
A place or location
position
A place on the playing field, together with a set of duties, assigned to a player

Stop running all over the field and play your position!.

position
To put into place
position
An amount of securities or commodities held by a person, firm, or institution

Strong earnings have bolstered the company's financial position.

position
A post of employment; a job
position
A posture

Stand in this position, with your arms at your side.

position
An opinion, stand, or stance

My position on this issue is unchanged.

positive
Wholly what is expressed; colloquially downright, entire, outright

Good lord, you've built up a positive arsenal of weaponry here.

positive
Definitively laid down; explicitly stated; clearly expressed, precise, emphatic

Positive words, that he would not bear arms against King Edward’s son.

positive
A thing capable of being affirmed; something real or actual
positive
Characterized by the existence or presence of qualities or features, rather than by their absence

The box was not empty – I felt some positive substance within it.

positive
HIV positive
positive
An adjective or adverb in the positive degree
positive
Of number, greater than zero
positive
Of a visual image, true to the original in light, shade and colour values

A positive photograph can be developed from a photographic negative.

positive
A favourable point or characteristic
positive
Something having a positive value in physics, such as an electric charge
positive
Overconfident, dogmatic

Some positive, persisting fops we know, That, if once wrong, will needs be always so.

positive
Characterized by the presence of features which support a hypothesis

The results of our experiment are positive.

positive
Characterized by affirmation, constructiveness, or influence for the better; favourable

a positive voice in legislation.

positively
In a positive manner

He approached the interview positively.

positively
With certainty

I will positively be there at 8 a.m.

positively
Very

I had a positively wonderful time.

positiveness
The result of being positive
posits
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of posit
posits
plural form of posit
position
the manner in which a thing is placed
positive
free from doubt or hesitation
posited
{a} placed, put, set, laid, ranged, situated
position
{n} a situation, principle laid down, rule
positive
{a} absolute, real, certain, obstinate
positively
{a} absolutely, really, certainly, truly
positiveness
{n} obstinacy, confidence, certainty
Position
pos
Positiveness
positivity
posited
past of posit
positing
present participle of posit
position
put into a certain place or abstract location; "Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point"
position
A place, location
position
As a noun, specific securities in an account or strategy (A covered call writing position might be long 1,000 XYZ and short 10 XYZ January 30 calls) As a verb, to facilitate; to buy or sell - generally a block of securities - thereby establishing a position See also Facilitation and Strategy
position
A method of solving a problem by one or two suppositions; called also the rule of trial and error
position
Your position in society is the role and the importance that you have in it. the position of older people in society
position
The netted total commitments in a given currency A position can be either flat or square (no exposure), long, (more currency bought than sold), or short ( more currency sold than bought)
position
You can describe your situation at a particular time by saying that you are in a particular position. He's going to be in a very difficult position indeed if things go badly for him Companies should be made to reveal more about their financial position It was not the only time he found himself in this position. = situation
position
The spot where a person or thing is placed or takes a place; site; place; station; situation; as, the position of man in creation; the fleet changed its position
position
the particular portion of space occupied by a physical object; "he put the lamp back in its place"
position
If someone or something is in position, they are in their correct or usual place or arrangement. This second door is an extra security measure and can be locked in position during the day Some 28,000 US troops are moving into position. to carefully put something in a particular position
position
The aggregation of all trades made in a currency pair If the position is open, it is exposed to market risk If a position is closed, profit/loss has been realized
position
"consider what follows from the positivist view" the particular portion of space occupied by a physical object; "he put the lamp back in its place" the appropriate or customary location; "the cars were in position" cause to be in an appropriate place, state, or relation
position
the act of positing; an assumption taken as a postulate or axiom a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
position
A position is a trading view expressed by buying or selling It can refer to the amount of a currency either owned or owed by an investor
position
the act of putting something in a certain place or location
position
A posture: "Stand in this position
position
A market commitment to buy or sell a security A buyer of a financial instrument is said to have a long position and, conversely, a seller of financial instrument is said to have a short position
position
An opinion or stand: "My position on this issue
position
n 1 A position on a plane, such as CLIM's abstract drawing plane 2 A pair of real number values x and y that represent a position
position
A place on the playing field, together with a set of duties, assigned to a player: "Play your position!"
position
An interest in the market, either long or short, in the form of open contracts (back to top)
position
An interest or existing obligation in a market that can be either long (to have bought) or short (to have sold) one or more futures contracts
position
a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
position
{i} viewpoint, opinion; siting, locus; location, place; post, job; condition, situation; pose, stance; status of commitments on the market (Finance and Investment)
position
If you are in a position to do something, you are able to do it. If you are in no position to do something, you are unable to do it. The UN system will be in a position to support the extensive relief efforts needed I am not in a position to comment
position
– Very similar to a brand, a position is where your target audiences place you in their minds; the words they use to describe you when asked
position
{f} erect, set, put; place, post
position
Group of specific duties and responsibilities to be performed by one employee, which may be part-time, full-time, regular, temporary, or on-call A position may be filled or vacant
position
An interest in the market in the form of open commitments
position
Of or pertaining to position
position
One or more current duties established by competent authority to be performed by one person At any given time a position may be filled or vacant For a position to be recognized for pay as well as other personnel administration purposes, a line supervisor above the position must officially designate the duty or duties as being necessary to further the mission of the organization for which he/she is responsible If the position is filled, the duty or duties must be performed
position
The state of being posited, or placed; the manner in which anything is placed; attitude; condition; as, a firm, an inclined, or an upright position
position
Hence: The ground which any one takes in an argument or controversy; the point of view from which any one proceeds to a discussion; also, a principle laid down as the basis of reasoning; a proposition; a thesis; as, to define one's position; to appear in a false position
position
Security holdings in an account or portfolio
position
a rationalized mental attitude a way of regarding situations or topics etc
position
cause to be in an appropriate place, state, or relation
position
(in team sports) the role assigned to an individual player; "what position does he play?"
position
a point occupied by troops for tactical reasons
position
Placements of the feet and body First position = rest/ready Second position = "en garde" Third position = the lunge
position
The position of someone or something is the place where they are in relation to other things. The ship was identified, and its name and position were reported to the coastguard This conservatory enjoys an enviable position overlooking a leafy expanse
position
the act of positing; an assumption taken as a postulate or axiom a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury" (in team sports) the role assigned to an individual player; "what position does he play?" the spatial property of a place where or way in which something is situated; "the position of the hands on the clock"; "he specified the spatial relations of every piece of furniture on the stage" position or arrangement of the body and its limbs; "he assumed an attitude of surrender" a rationalized mental attitude a way of regarding situations or topics etc
position
A position in a company or organization is a job. He left a career in teaching to take up a position with the Arts Council = post
position
the spatial property of a place where or way in which something is situated; "the position of the hands on the clock"; "he specified the spatial relations of every piece of furniture on the stage"
position
the appropriate or customary location; "the cars were in position"
position
The job assignment of a single staff member Positions are assigned unique numbers for budget tracking purposes Each position has a job title that designates its classification
position
Your position in a race or competition is how well you did in relation to the other competitors or how well you are doing. By the ninth hour the car was running in eighth position
position
When someone or something is in a particular position, they are sitting, lying, or arranged in that way. Hold the upper back and neck in an erect position to give support for the head Ensure the patient is turned into the recovery position Mr. Dambar had raised himself to a sitting position
position
an item on a list or in a sequence; "in the second place"; "moved from third to fifth position"
position
an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute; "there are two sides to every question"
position
Refers to an investor's long or short holdings of a particular security
position
Your position on a particular matter is your attitude towards it or your opinion of it. He could be depended on to take a moderate position on most of the key issues = stance
position
Use the Position drop-down lists in the Frame dialog box to establish the horizontal and vertical positions of a frame relative to another part of the document
position
An interest in the market, either long or short, in the form of one or more open contracts Also, "in position" refers to a commodity located where it can readily be moved to another point or delivered on a futures contract Commodities not so situated are "out of position " Soybeans in Mississippi are out of position for delivery in Chicago, but in position for export shipment from the Gulf
position
In the Colleague information, "Position" refers to the job title held Assistant professor, graduate student, staff scientist, university president are all examples of positions
position
If you position something somewhere, you put it there carefully, so that it is in the right place or position. Place the pastry circles on to a baking sheet and position one apple on each circle. = place
position
"consider what follows from the positivist view"
position
a condition or position in which you find yourself; "the unpleasant situation (or position) of having to choose between two evils"; "found herself in a very fortunate situation"
position
To indicate the position of; to place
position
a way of regarding situations or topics etc ; "consider what follows from the positivist view"
position
position or arrangement of the body and its limbs; "he assumed an attitude of surrender"
position
A commitment, either long or short, in the market
position
a rationalized mental attitude
position
the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society; "he had the status of a minor"; "the novel attained the status of a classic"; "atheists do not enjoy a favorable position in American life"
position
the act of positing; an assumption taken as a postulate or axiom
position
the function or position properly or customarily occupied or served by another; "can you go in my stead?"; "took his place"; "in lieu of"
position
A status or rank: "His position in the army
position
A group of duties and responsibilities, assigned or delegated by the appointing authority, defined on a Position Description form, and assigned a unique position identification number reflecting its organizational placement within the department A position accommodates the full-time or part-time employment of one person
position
A market commitment A buyer of a futures contract is said to have a long position and, conversely, a seller of futures contracts is said to have a short position
position
An interest in the market, either long or short, in the form of open contracts See Open interest
position
Relative place or standing; social or official rank; as, a person of position; hence, office; post; as, to lose one's position
position
A market commitment by holding a number of shares bought or sold for which no offsetting transaction has been made The buyer of a stock creates a long position, and the seller of a stock creates a short position
positions
Positions are what people say they want--the superficial demands they make of their opponent According to Fisher and Ury, who first distinguished between interests and positions, positions are what people have decided upon, while interests are what caused them to decide Often one side's position will be the opposite of their opponents', although their interests may actually be compatible
positions
The number of state employees authorized to provide a service
positions
Each of the four team members plays a distinctly different position Since polo is such a fluid game, the players may momentarily change positions, but will try and return to their initial assignment No 1 is the most forward offensive player No 2 is just as offensive but plays deeper and works harder No 3 is the pivot player between offense and defense and tries to turn all plays to offense No 4, or the Back, is the defensive player whose role is principally to protect the goal
positions
Identified jobs into which persons may be hired on either a part-time or full-time basis
positions
Each of the four players plays a distinctly different position Since polo is such a fast rapidly changing game, the players may momentarily change positions Then they will try to return to their original positions Number 1 is the most offensive player Number 2 is just as offensive, but plays deeper and works harder Number 3 is the pivot player between offense and defense, trying to turn all plays to put their team on the offensive Number 4 is also called the back This is a defensive position with the primary responsibility of protecting the goal
positions
Number 1 - The most offensive player This is similar to the forward position in hockey or soccer This player should be an accurate hitter, but need not necessarily hit a long ball Number 2 - Primarily an offensive player but also responsible for defence, interchanging with the number 3 player The number 2 player is often the second-highest rated player on the team Number 3 - The quarterback and play maker The "3" is usually the highest rated and most experienced player This player must be able to hit a long ball accurately but be capable of close-in stick work and ball control Number 4 - The back This is a defensive position However, a good back must be able to not only hit a good backshot, but to turn the play from defensive to offensive in a flash The number 4 player is the last line of defence
positions
Plural of position
positions
Third person singular simple present of to position
positions
Any Palestinian towns and villages especially when bombed by helicopter gunships
positions
The amount of a particular security owned by you
positions
Any Palestinian towns and villages especially when bombed by helicopter gunships or raked with large caliber machine guns
positions
Each party in a dispute takes a position: this is their stated demand for what they want from the other party Positions are different from "interests," which are the party's deeper needs and wants ( why one wants something) Sometimes positions may be opposed to each other, but underlying interests may be compatible In such cases, the compatible interests may be used as a way to resolve the dispute
positive
Hence: Not admitting of any doubt, condition, qualification, or discretion; not dependent on circumstances or probabilities; not speculative; compelling assent or obedience; peremptory; indisputable; decisive; as, positive instructions; positive truth; positive proof
positive
"a positive attitude"; "the reviews were all positive"; "a positive benefit"; "a positive demand"
positive
{i} photograph having true colors; pole with a positive electrical charge (Electricity); first degree of comparison (Grammar)
positive
Photographic image in which light and dark areas correspond to the highlights and shadows of the original subject In a colour image, colours are represented truly
positive
Characterised by the existence or presence of qualities or features, rather than by their absence
positive
Designating, or pertaining to, a device giving a to-and-fro motion; as, a positive dobby
positive
adj Mistaken at the top of one's voice
positive
Hence, basic; metallic; not acid; opposed to negative, and said of metals, bases, and basic radicals
positive
In photography, film containing an image in which the dark and light values are the same as the original The reverse of negative
positive
Positive evidence gives definite proof of the truth or identity of something. There was no positive evidence that any birth defects had arisen as a result of Vitamin A intake. = conclusive + positively posi·tive·ly He has positively identified the body as that of his wife
positive
Fully assured, confident; certain
positive
characterized by or displaying affirmation or acceptance or certainty etc
positive
The opposite of a negative, an image with the same tonal relationships as those in the original scenes-for example, a finished print or a slide
positive
When a cutoff concentration value has been entered for a subpopulation reference range, specimen concentrations equal to or greater than the cutoff value are reported in the unknown sample table of an assay report as positive
positive
n A developed image of photoplotted film, where the areas selectively exposed by the photo plotter appear black, and unexposed areas are clear Board houses work from positives, and a photo plotter produces positives, thus one set of positives is all the film that is needed to produce a printed wiring board adj (of a printed wiring image) Representing copper as black areas and absence of copper as clear areas Typical of images of routed layers of a PWB
positive
"a positive attitude"; "the reviews were all positive"; "a positive benefit"; "a positive demand" greater than zero; "positive numbers" indicating existence or presence of a suspected condition or pathogen; "a positive pregnancy test" having a positive electric charge; "protons are positive
positive
affirmative
positive
The opposite of a negative - the image on the film is black and the clear areas are white on the original copy
positive
Designating a method of steering or turning in which the steering wheels move so that they describe concentric arcs in making a turn, to insure freedom from side slip or harmful resistance
positive
Any image with tones corresponding to those of the subject Opposite: negative
positive
usually refers to a test result If you have a positive TB skin test reaction, you probably have latent TB infection
positive
If a medical or scientific test is positive, it shows that something has happened or is present. If the test is positive, a course of antibiotics may be prescribed He was stripped of his Olympic Hundred Metres gold medal after testing positive for steroids. HIV positive: see HIV negative
positive
Corresponding with the original in respect to the position of lights and shades, instead of having the lights and shades reversed; as, a positive picture
positive
characterized by or displaying affirmation or acceptance or certainty etc ; "a positive attitude"; "the reviews were all positive"; "a positive benefit"; "a positive demand"
positive
persuaded of; very sure; "were convinced that it would be to their advantage to join"; "I am positive he is lying"; "was confident he would win"
positive
some people call it good; Leo of the Light says that, in order to be positive, you should change the way you think about things Here's an example: - If you "hate" school, it becomes negative To make it positive, you should get the best marks you can, so that you can graduate sooner!
positive
Fully assured; confident; certain; sometimes, overconfident; dogmatic; overbearing; said of persons
positive
involving advantage or good; "a plus (or positive) factor"
positive
Characterised by affirmation, constructiveness, or influence for the better; favourable
positive
charged due to an excess of protons
positive
A piece or cast taken from a negative mold   A positive is cast into a negative to create the final piece
positive
That which is capable of being affirmed; reality
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Derived from an object by itself; not dependent on changing circumstances or relations; absolute
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If something has a positive electrical charge, it has the same charge as a proton and the opposite charge to an electron. negative. a quality or feature that is good or useful   negative
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Actual, real, concrete
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{s} not negative; favorable, beneficially; explicit, clear; practical, not based on theory
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A picture in which the lights and shades correspond in position with those of the original, instead of being reversed, as in a negative
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The positive plate of a voltaic or electrolytic cell
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Photographic image on film or glass which corresponds to the original The reverse of negative
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Having more protons than electrons
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If you are positive about something, you are completely sure about it. I'm as positive as I can be about it `She's never late. You sure she said eight?' --- `Positive.'
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A positive fact, situation, or experience is pleasant and helpful to you in some way. The parting from his sister had a positive effect on John negative The positive in a situation is the good and pleasant aspects of it. Work on the positive, creating beautiful, loving and fulfilling relationships. negative
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indicating existence or presence of a suspected condition or pathogen; "a positive pregnancy test"
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a film showing a photographic image whose tones correspond to those of the original subject
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granting what has been desired or requested; "a favorable reply"; "a positive answer"
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That which settles by absolute appointment
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Electro- positive
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greater than zero -- "A "+" in front of a numeral denotes a positive number " (45)
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A positive response to something indicates agreement, approval, or encouragement. There's been a positive response to the UN Secretary-General's recent peace efforts. negative + positively posi·tive·ly He responded positively and accepted the fee of £1000 I had offered
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formally laid down or imposed; "positive laws"
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greater than zero; "positive numbers"
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A photographic image which appears as the original image, as opposed to a negative which reverses the black and white
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A lab test result that reveals the presence of a specific disease or condition for which the test is being done
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The sign of the electric charge on the proton
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a film showing a photographic image whose tones correspond to those of the original subject formally laid down or imposed; "positive laws" characterized by or displaying affirmation or acceptance or certainty etc
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~ taking a selfless pleasure in something of good report with which we are identified; enjoying an understanding of what produced something creative or excellent, e g God was pleased with His creation (Genesis 1: 31)
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Derived from an object by itself; not dependent on changing circumstances or relations; absolute; opposed to relative; as, the idea of beauty is not positive, but depends on the different tastes individuals
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Prescribed by express enactment or institution; settled by arbitrary appointment; said of laws
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Designating, or pertaining to, a motion or device in which the movement derived from a driver, or the grip or hold of a restraining piece, is communicated through an unyielding intermediate piece or pieces; as, a claw clutch is a positive clutch, while a friction clutch is not
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Film that contains an image with the same tonal values as the original; opposite of a negative
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having a positive electric charge; "protons are positive
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Film containing an image in which the dark and light values are the same as the original The reverse of negative
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of or relating to positivism; "positivist thinkers"; "positivist doctrine"; "positive philosophy"
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impossible to deny or disprove; "incontrovertible proof of the defendant's innocence"; "proof positive"; "an irrefutable argument"
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Describing the primary sense of an adjective or adverb; not comparative or superlative
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If you are positive about things, you are hopeful and confident, and think of the good aspects of a situation rather than the bad ones. Be positive about your future and get on with living a normal life a positive frame of mind. negative + positively posi·tive·ly You really must try to start thinking positively
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a film showing a photographic image whose tones correspond to those of the original subject formally laid down or imposed; "positive laws"
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Mistaken at the top of one's voice
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A positive image; one that displays true colors and shades, as opposed to a negative
positive
Film containing an image in which the dark and light values are the same as the original
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marked by excessive confidence; "an arrogant and cocksure materialist"; "so overconfident and impudent as to speak to the queen"; "the less he knows the more positive he gets"
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Having the power of direct action or influence; as, a positive voice in legislation
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behaviors include the heightened alertness, strength, endurance, and tolerance to discomfort which the fight or flight stress response and the stage of resistance can produce when properly in tune
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having a positive electric charge; "protons are positive"
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The positive degree or form
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A positive number is greater than zero. It's really a simple numbers game with negative and positive numbers. negative
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Characterised by the presence of features which support a hypothesis
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Definitely laid down; explicitly stated; clearly expressed; opposed to implied; as, a positive declaration or promise
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A photographic image on paper, film or glass which corresponds to the original copy; the reverse of negative to top
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A film (transparancy) that, when viewed, is like the original in tone and colour, unlike a negative film where tones appear reversed
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If you make a positive decision or take positive action, you do something definite in order to deal with a task or problem. Having a good diet gives me a sense that I'm doing something positive and that I'm in control
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Having a real position, existence, or energy; existing in fact; real; actual; opposed to negative
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extremely; "it was positively monumental" so as to be positive; in a positive manner; "she intended her remarks to be interpreted positively
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in the affirmative
positively
affirmatively
posit

    Silbentrennung

    po·sit

    Türkische aussprache

    päzıt

    Aussprache

    /ˈpäzət/ /ˈpɑːzət/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pä-z&t ] (transitive verb.) 1647. From Latin positus, perfect participle of pōnō (“put, place”).

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