positiv, bestemt, afgørende
Noun(1) the primary form of an adjective or adverb; denotes a quality without qualification, comparison, or relation to increase or diminution(2) a film showing a photographic image whose tones correspond to those of the original subject
Adjective(1) characterized by or displaying affirmation or acceptance or certainty etc.(2) persuaded of; very sure(3) involving advantage or good, or positive(4) indicating existence or presence of a suspected condition or pathogen(5) formally laid down or imposed(6) impossible to deny or disprove(7) of or relating to positivism(8) reckoned, situated or tending in the direction which naturally or arbitrarily is taken to indicate increase or progress or onward motion(9) greater than zero(10) having a positive charge(11) marked by excessive confidence
(1) They should exercise daily and maintain a positive , hopeful outlook toward the future.(2) Upon positive identification, the user is alerted by both an audible and visual alarm.(3) Paul Martin is keen to get the area back on track by playing up the positive .(4) positive ion(5) positive value(6) Tuberculin skin test results are positive in two thirds of patients.(7) We are assured that the Olympics will leave London a positive legacy rather than massive debt.(8) This revolt, joined to an ascetic and sterile devotion to positive fact, would ultimately slay even God.(9) Instead, he has welcomed the renewed focus among members on a more positive campaign rather than industrial action.(10) Truth be told, he didn't get many positive responses to his concerns.(11) This indicated that no specific attention was warranted to these near zero or small positive values.(12) But seeing the best in them is different - you concentrate on the positive rather than what's lacking.(13) I'm positive I'll go back and ski there again.(14) There is a positive response from farmers to the safety message.(15) Now the dominant trend in radio is to avoid giving listeners a reason to turn off, rather than offering a positive reason to turn on in the first place.(16) Wiping the dirt from her face, she stopped to take a break and focus on the positive .
(1) be positive :: Vær positiv
(2) positive feedback :: positiv feedback
(3) positive reinforcement :: positiv forstærkning
(4) positive and negative :: positiv og negativ
(5) positive number :: positivt tal
(6) positive answer :: positivt svar
(7) positive integer :: positivt heltal
(8) positive electrode :: positive elektrode
(9) positive economics :: positiv økonomi
(10) positive charge :: positiv ladning
1. affirmative ::
2. constructive ::
3. optimistic ::
4. favorable ::
5. definite ::
6. certain ::
7. confident ::
8. irrefutable ::
10. plus ::
12. electropositive ::
14. cocksure ::
15. positive degree ::
1. adverse ::
2. derogatory ::
3. negative ::
4. unfriendly ::
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I do consider our experiment in
cohabitation to have been POSITIVE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 7
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 5
You know, using POSITIVE
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 3
Disruption is not
an inherently POSITIVE thing.
Westworld Season 3, Episode 8
Yes, yes, I'm POSITIVE. Look.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 7
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