- a negative statement containing two negative elements (for example he didn't say nothing).；a positive statement in which two negative elements are used to produce the positive force, usually for some particular rhetorical effect, for example there is not nothing to worry about!
noun: double negative, plural noun: double negatives
- IPA[ˈdəbəl ˈneɡədiv]
- n.a negative statement containing two negative elements (for example he didn't say nothing).
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這種用法叫做 "double negative" 例如 : i don't need nothing = i don't need anything... to go anywhere with me 在正式的英文裡, double negative 或 triple negative 都是不正確的 但是, 在路上, 在公司, 或...
A double negative is the use of two negatives in a single clause. Although the...
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