(Askeri) NEGATİF G: Pozitif G'nin tersi. Yer çekim sahasında veya bir ivme sırasında, insan vücudunun, atalet kuvvetine ayak-baş istikametinde maruz kaldığı duruş şekli. Yani, bir ayak-baş ivmesinin meydana getirdiği baş istikametindeki atalet kuvveti. Bak. "transverse acceleration" ve" transverse G". NEGATIVE PHASE OF THE SHOCK WAVE: ŞOK DALGASININ NEGATİF SAHASI: Basıncın çevre düzeyinin altına düştüğü ve sonra çevre düzeyine çıktığı esnada geçen zaman. Bak. "positive phase of the shock wave", "shock wave"
Geoffrey Riddell Bishop of Ely made a request of him for timber from his woods towards certain edifices going on at Glemsford. The Abbot, a great builder himself, disliked the request; could not however give it a negative.
Film in which the dark areas of the images or text appear light and the light areas of the images or text appear dark
designed or tending to discredit, especially without positive or helpful suggestions; "negative criticism"
In grammar, a negative clause contains a word such as `not', `never', or `no-one'
If a medical test or scientific test is negative, it shows no evidence of the medical condition or substance that you are looking for. So far 57 have taken the test and all have been negative. negative test results. positive
Asserting absence of connection between a subject and a predicate; as, a negative proposition
Of or pertaining to a picture upon glass or other material, in which the lights and shades of the original, and the relations of right and left, are reversed
Metalloidal; nonmetallic; - - contracted with positive or basic; as, the nitro group is negative
Not positive; without affirmative statement or demonstration; indirect; consisting in the absence of something; privative; as, a negative argument; a negative morality; negative criticism
expressing or consisting of a negation or refusal or denial reckoned in a direction opposite to that regarded as positive having the quality of something harmful or unpleasant; "ran a negative campaign"; "delinquents retarded by their negative outlook on life"
A photographic plate or film where the image's color, black and white, or continuous tone areas are reversed from the original (e g , black is white, white is black)
A negative number, quantity, or measurement is less than zero. The weakest students can end up with a negative score. = minus
A negative reply or decision indicates the answer `no'. Dr Velayati gave a vague but negative response Upon a negative decision, the applicant loses the protection offered by Belgian law affirmative + negatively nega·tive·ly 60 percent of the sample answered negatively
A rep performed with weight in which the muscle begins at maximum contraction and is slowly extended; a movement performed using only the eccentric phase of muscle movement
~ Is when "I" become the object and focus of importance Pride can be likened to theft, in the sense of stealing from God the credit that is his Everything we have, whether it be a gift, a talent or an ability has been given to us by God (Psalms 24: 1) Our protection from false pride is in giving all the glory back to God, deflecting all praise and thanks to him (John 15: 5, 2 Corinthians 12: 9, 1 Corinthians 4: 7 and 10: 12)
Denying; implying, containing, or asserting denial, negation or refusal; returning the answer no to an inquiry or request; refusing assent; as, a negative answer; a negative opinion; opposed to affirmative
A picture upon glass or other material, in which the light portions of the original are represented in some opaque material (usually reduced silver), and the dark portions by the uncovered and transparent or semitransparent ground of the picture
a piece of photographic film showing an image with black and white tones reversed a reply of denial; "he answered in the negative"
1 n A reverse-image contact copy of a positive, useful for checking revisions of a PCB If the negative of the current version is superimposed over a positive of an earlier version, all areas will be solid black except where changes have been made 2 adj (Of a PCB image) Representing copper (or other material) as clear areas and absence of material as black areas Typical of power and ground planes and solder mask
characterized by or displaying negation or denial or opposition or resistance; having no positive features; "a negative outlook on life"; "a colorless negative personality"; "a negative evaluation"; "a negative reaction to an advertising campaign"
not indicating the presence of microorganisms or disease or a specific condition; "the HIV test was negative"
Film containing an image in which the values of the original are reversed, so the dark areas appear light and the light areas dark to top
A terminal or electrode which has an excess of electrons Nickel Cadmium One of the most proven and historically most widely used rechargeable batteries Very dependable and "robust" but contain cadmium and have relatively low capacity when compared to other rechargeable systems Very good high rate discharge capabilities make them very popular in high drain applications such as power tools Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh) Interchangeable with most NiCd batteries, nickel metal hydride (NiMh) batteries generally deliver 10-25% greater capacity than NiCds and are environmentally more friendly than NiCds since they do not contain cadmium Used in many wireless phone and camcorders Nominal Voltage The characteristic operating voltage or rated voltage of a battery
a photographic image on film in which the light areas of the opject rendered appear dark and dark areas appear light
" reason is negative and dialectical, because it resolves the determinations of the understanding into nothing " Preface to the First Edition, Science of Logic 28 See "Dialectic"
The exposed film, which records an image in tonal and colour values that are 'opposite' to reality Any digital image displaying similarly reversed values
A photographic image of originals on paper, film or glass in reverse from that of the original copy Dark areas appear light and vice versa
That side of a question which denies or refuses, or which is taken by an opposing or denying party; the relation or position of denial or opposition; as, the question was decided in the negative
A type of loan or loan condition in which the borrower agrees with the lender not to allow any other lender or creditor to rank ahead for payment in the event of a liquidation. Such a loan is unsecured (ie. not backed by a charge over specific assets). Hailed as a great innovation when developed in the 1970s, but by the end of the 1980s had become a dirty word
If someone who has borrowed money to buy a house or flat has negative equity, the amount of money they owe is greater than the present value of their home. a situation in which someone owes more money on a mortgage (=arrangement to borrow money to pay for a house) than they would receive if they sold their house
Feedback that reduces the output of a system, such as the action of heat on a thermostat to limit the output of a furnace or the accumulation of toxic waste products by a growing population of bacteria
If some of the output of an amplifier is made to be out of phase, and mixed back with the amp's input signal, it will partially cancel the input, reducing the gain of the amplifier; this is called negative feedback
1) (circuits and systems) The process by which part of the signal in the output circuit of an amplifying device reacts upon the input circuit in such a manner as to counteract the initial power, thereby decreasing the amplification 2) (control) (industrial control) A feedback signal in a direction to reduce the variable that the feedback represents 3) (degeneration) (stabilized feedback) (data transmission) The process by which a part of the power in the output circuit of an amplifying device reacts upon the input circuit in such a manner as to reduce the initial power, thereby reducing the amplification (IEEE Std 100-1988)
evidence proving that you are not who you say you are not; evidence establishing that you are not among a group of people already known to the system; recognition by the system leads to rejection; "a system for negative identification can prevent the use of multiple identities by a single person
(Ticaret) An error condition resulting from a transaction that drives the perpetual inventory below zero. Systems that allow negative inventory usually provide exception reports for cycle counting and analysis, and specify how the negative is handled in modules such as MPS and MRP
A negative number is a number below zero It can be an integer or a decimal and is written with a minus sign (-) in front of it, like this: -3 You can get an idea of what a negative number is with a number line, like this one: ---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|- -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 You can see from this number line that you can continue counting down when you get to zero Negative numbers represent things like very cold temperatures, and overdrawn bank balances! Here is a problem for you: What is the number below - 2?
Traditional grammar holds that double negatives combine to form an affirmative. Readers will therefore interpret the sentence He cannot just do nothing as an affirmative statement meaning "He must do something" unless they are prompted to view it as dialect or nonstandard speech. Readers will also assign an affirmative meaning to constructions that yoke not with an adjective or adverb that begins with a negative prefix such as in- or un-, as in a not infrequent visitor, a not unjust decision. In these expressions the double negative conveys a weaker affirmative than would be conveyed by the positive adjective or adverb by itself. Thus, a not infrequent visitor seems likely to visit less frequently than a frequent visitor.·A double (or more accurately, multiple) negative is considered unacceptable in Standard English when it is used to convey or reinforce a negative meaning, as in He didn't say nothing (meaning "he said nothing" or "he didn't say anything"). Such constructions are standard in many other languages and in fact were once wholly acceptable in English. Thus, Chaucer could say of the Friar, "Ther nas no man nowher so vertuous" and Shakespeare could allow Viola to say of her heart, "Nor never none/Shall mistress of it be, save I alone." In spite of this noble history, grammarians since the Renaissance have objected to the double negative in English. In their eagerness to make English conform to formal logic, they conceived and promulgated the notion that two negatives destroy each other and make a positive. This rule, vigorously advocated by teachers of grammar and writing, has become established as a fundamental of standard usage.·The ban on multiple negatives also applies to the combination of negatives with adverbs such as hardly and scarcely. It is therefore regarded as incorrect to say I couldn't hardly do it or The car scarcely needs no oil. These adverbs have a minimizing effect on the verb. They mean something like "almost not at all." They resemble negative adverbs such as not and never in that they are used with any, anybody, and similar words rather than none, nobody, and other negatives. Thus, in standard usage one says You barely have any time left, just as one says You don't have any time left, but You barely have no time left is considered an unacceptable double negative.·Nevertheless, multiple negatives continue to be widely used in a number of nonstandard varieties of English and are sometimes used by speakers of all educational levels when they want to strike a colloquial or popular note, as when President Reagan taunted his political opponents by saying "You ain't seen nothing yet."·The ban on using double negatives to convey emphasis does not apply when the second negative appears in a separate phrase or clause, as in I will not surrender, not today, not ever or He does not seek money, no more than he seeks fame. Commas must be used to separate the negative phrases or clauses in these examples. The sentence He does not seek money no more than he seeks fame is unacceptable, whereas the equivalent sentence with any is perfectly acceptable and requires no comma: He does not seek money any more than he seeks fame. See Usage Note at scarcely. two negative words used in one sentence when only one is needed in correct English grammar, for example in the sentence 'I don't want nobody to help me!'
bacteria have less peptidoglycan and are structurally more complex The outer membrane on the gram-negative cell wall contains lipopolysaccharides, carbohydrates bonded to lipids Cells retain red dye in a Gram stain
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