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  1. positive

    • IPA[ˈpäzədiv]

    美式

    • adj.
      consisting in or characterized by the presence or possession of features or qualities rather than their absence.;(of a statement or decision) expressing or implying affirmation, agreement, or permission
    • n.
      a good, affirmative, or constructive quality or attribute;a photographic image showing lights and shades or colors true to the original, especially one printed from a negative
    • noun: positive, plural noun: positives

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. consisting in or characterized by the presence or possession of features or qualities rather than their absence.
    • 2. (of a statement or decision) expressing or implying affirmation, agreement, or permission:

      the company received a positive response from investors

    • 3. (of the results of a test or experiment) indicating that a certain substance or condition is present or exists:

      the positive results of a pregnancy test

      a positive test for Down's syndrome

    • 4. (of a person) having a specified condition, or showing traces of a specified substance in their body:

      a player had tested positive for cocaine use

      he is HIV-positive

    • 5. constructive, optimistic, or confident:

      there needs to be a positive approach to youthful offenders

      adopt a positive outlook on life

    • 6. showing progress, gain, or improvement:

      the election result will have a positive effect because it will restore people's confidence

    • 7. with no possibility of doubt; clear and definite:

      he made a positive identification of a glossy ibis

    • 8. convinced or confident in one's opinion; certain:

      “You are sure it was the same man?” “Positive!”

      I am positive that he is not coming back

    • 9. downright; complete (used for emphasis):

      it's a positive delight to see you

    • 10. (of a quantity) greater than zero.
    • 11. of, containing, producing, or denoting an electric charge opposite to that carried by electrons:

      each battery has a positive and negative terminal

    • 12. (of a photographic image) showing lights and shades or colors true to the original.
    • 13. (of an adjective or adverb) expressing a quality in its basic, primary degree.
    • 14. dealing only with matters of fact and experience; not speculative or theoretical.
    • 15. relating to or denoting any of the air or fire signs, considered active in nature.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a good, affirmative, or constructive quality or attribute:

      take your weaknesses and translate them into positives

      to manage your way out of recession, accentuate the positive

    • 2. a photographic image showing lights and shades or colors true to the original, especially one printed from a negative:

      the photographic process involves separate runs with the red, green, and blue separation positives

    • 3. a result of a test or experiment indicating the presence of something:

      let us look at the distribution of those positives

    • 4. the part of an electric circuit that is at a higher electrical potential than another point designated as having zero electrical potential:

      try linking the signal input directly to positive

    • 5. a number greater than zero.
    • 6. an adjective or adverb in the positive degree.
    • 7. another term for positif
    • n. the enhancing or amplification of an effect by its own influence on the process which gives rise to it.

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    • n. the enhancement or amplification of an effect by its own influence on the process that gives rise to it.

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    • n. evidence taken to be final or absolute proof of the existence of something:

    • he still needs proof positive of her love

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    • adj. having the rhesus factor.

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    • n. a test result which wrongly indicates that a particular condition or attribute is present:

    • stress testing, a routine diagnostic tool used in detecting heart disease, results in a significant number of false positives in women

      the computer-aided system may return false positive results

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    • adj. having had a positive result in a blood test for the AIDS virus HIV.

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    • n. air or gas pressure greater than that of the atmosphere, as used e.g. in the artificial ventilation of the lungs.

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    • adj. having the rhesus factor.

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    • IPA[ˈpɒzɪtɪv]

    英式

    • adj.
      consisting in or characterized by the presence rather than the absence of distinguishing features.
    • n.
      a desirable or constructive quality or attribute:
    • take your weaknesses and translate them into positives

      to manage your way out of recession, accentuate the positive

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