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Translation of "positive" - English-Turkish dictionary

positive

adjective     /ˈpɒzətɪv/
HAPPY B1 feeling happy about your life and your future olumlu, müsbet, iyimser a positive attitude I'm feeling much more positive about things now.Hoping and hopefulnessPotential
ENCOURAGING B2 Something that is positive makes you feel better about a situation. olumlu, yapıcı, pozitif We've shown people samples of the product and had a very positive response.Encouraging and urging onInspiration and inspiringHoping and hopefulnessPotential
CERTAIN [never before noun] B2 certain that something is true kesin, kat'î "Are you sure you saw him?" "Absolutely positive." [+ (that)] I'm positive that I switched it off.CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
PROOF [always before noun] showing without any doubt that something is true emin, kuşkusu olmayan positive proof CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
MEDICAL TEST If a medical test is positive, it shows that the person being tested has a disease or condition. müspet, pozitif She did a pregnancy test and it was positive.General bodily disorders
NUMBER In mathematics, a positive number is greater than zero. pozitif, sıfırdan büyük Addition, subtraction, multiplication and divisionCalculations and calculatingNumbers generally
positive charge the electrical charge that is carried by protons (= parts of atoms) artı uç; akım taşıyan kablo Electricity and electronics
(Definition of positive from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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