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positive englannista suomeksi

  1. vuorenvarma

  2. positiivi, perusaste

  3. ehdoton

  4. positiivinen, myönteinen

  5. positivistinen

  6. säädetty

  7. aivan varma

  1. positiivinen

  2. varma, vakuuttava

  3. varma

  4. rakentava, myönteinen

  5. itsevarma

  6. todellinen

  7. perusasteinen, perusmuotoinen

  8. absoluuttinen

  9. myönteinen, positiivinen

  10. todellinen, varsinainen, kokonainen

  11. optimistinen, positiivinen, myönteinen

  12. Substantiivi

  13. tosiasia

  14. etu, hyvä puoli, myönteinen asia">myönteinen asia

  15. positiivinen suure, positiivinen luku

  16. positiivi, perusaste

  17. positiivi

  18. Verbi

positive englanniksi

  1. Not negative or neutral.

  2. Formally down|laid down. (defdate)

  3. 1594, (w), ''Of the Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie''

  4. In laws, that which is natural bindeth universally; that which is positive, not so.
  5. Stated definitively and without qualification. (defdate)

  6. (RQ:Bacon Henry 7)

  7. Fully assured in opinion. (defdate)

  8. (syn)



  9. Of number, greater than zero. (defdate)

  10. Characterized by constructiveness or influence for the better.

  11. (RQ:Swift Nobles and Commons)

  12. Overconfident, dogmatic.

  13. (RQ:Pope Essay on Criticism)

  14. (senseid) Actual, real, concrete, not theoretical or speculative.

  15. (RQ:Bacon Colours of Good and Evil)

  16. 1885, (w), ''Les Origines de l'Alkimie'' as quoted in (w), ''A History of Chemical Theories and Laws'', 1907.

  17. Chemistry is not a primitive science, like geometry or astronomy; it is constructed from the debris of a previous scientific formation; a formation half chimerical and half positive...
  18. Having more protons than electrons.

  19. Describing the primary sense of an adjective, adverb or noun; not comparative, superlative, augmentative nor diminutive.

  20. Describing a verb that is not negated, especially in languages which have distinct positive and negative verb forms, e.g., Finnish.

  21. Derived from an object by itself; not dependent on changing circumstances or relations.

  22. Characterized by the existence or presence of distinguishing qualities or features, rather than by their absence.

  23. (senseid)Characterized by the presence of features which support a hypothesis.

  24. Of a visual image, true to the original in light, shade and colour values.

  25. Favorable, desirable by those interested or invested in that which is being judged.

  26. Wholly what is expressed; ''colloquially'' downright, entire, outright.

  27. Optimistic. (defdate)

  28. electropositive

  29. basic; metallic; not acid; opposed to negative, and said of metals, bases, and basic radicals.

  30. positive.

  31. quoted in 2013, William I. Johnston, ''HIV-Negative: How the Uninfected Are Affected by AIDS'' (page 145)

  32. We certainly told him at that time that I was negative. We talked about transmission. We told him we don't do anything that would cause me to become positive.
  33. Good, desirable, healthful, pleasant, enjoyable; (often precedes 'energy', 'thought', 'feeling' or 'emotion').

  34. 2009, Christopher Johns, ''Becoming a Reflective Practitioner'', John Wiley & Sons, p. 15

  35. Negative feelings can be worked through and their energy converted into positive energy... In crisis, normal patterns of self-organization fail, resulting in anxiety (negative energy). Being open systems, people can exchange this energy with the environment and create positive energy for taking action...
  36. A thing capable of being affirmed; something real or actual.

  37. (RQ:South Twelve Sermons)

  38. A favourable point or characteristic.

  39. Something having a positive value in physics, such as an electric charge.

  40. A degree of comparison of adjectives and adverbs.

  41. An adjective or adverb in the positive degree.

  42. A positive image; one that displays true colors and shades, as opposed to a negative.

  43. The positive plate of a voltaic or electrolytic cell.

  44. A positive result of a test.

  45. (inflection of)

  46. (adj form of)

  47. (de-adj form of)

  48. (es-verb form of)

  49. (sv-adj-form-abs-def-m)