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Translation of "positive" - English-Spanish dictionary

positive

adjective /ˈpozətiv/
meaning or saying ’yes’ positivo, afirmativo a positive answer They tested the water for the bacteria and the result was positive (= the bacteria were present).
definite; leaving no doubt definitivo, concluyente positive proof of her guilt.
certain or sure seguro I’m positive he’s right.
complete or absolute completo, verdadero, absoluto His work is a positive disgrace.
optimistic and prepared to make plans for the future positivo Try to take a more positive attitude to life.
not showing any comparison; not comparative or superlative. positivo
(of a number etc) greater than zero. positivo
having fewer electrons than normal positivo In an electrical circuit, electrons flow to the positive terminal.
positiveness noun
certeza; cualidad de positivo
positively adverb
in a positive way categóricamente; positivamente; afirmativamente He stated positively that he was innocent.
absolutely; completely con certeza; definitivamente He is positively the nastiest person I know.
(Definition of positive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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