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negative

adjective /ˈneɡətiv/
meaning or saying ’no’; denying something
negativo
a negative answer.
expecting to fail
negativo
a negative attitude.
less than zero
negativo
–4 is a negative or minus number.
having more electrons than normal
negativo
The battery has a negative and a positive terminal.
negatively adverb
negativamente
He tends to react negatively to criticism.
(Definition of negative from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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