Negation Negatively

Negative

Meanings and phrases

negative

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adj.
  1. characterized by or displaying negation or denial or opposition or resistance; having no positive features
  2. expressing or consisting of a negation or refusal or denial
  3. having the quality of something harmful or unpleasant
  4. designed or tending to discredit, especially without positive or helpful suggestions; damaging
  5. involving disadvantage or harm; minus
  6. not indicating the presence of microorganisms or disease or a specific condition; disconfirming
  7. reckoned in a direction opposite to that regarded as positive
  8. less than zero
  9. having a negative charge; electronegative; negatively charged

negative

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n.
  1. a reply of denial
  2. a piece of photographic film showing an image with light and shade or colors reversed

negative

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v.
  1. vote against; refuse to endorse; refuse to assent; veto; blackball

Rh negative

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n.
  1. the blood group whose red cells lack the Rh factor (Rh antigen); Rh-negative blood type; Rh-negative blood

double negative

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n.
  1. an affirmative constructed from two negatives
  2. a grammatically substandard but emphatic negative

negative charge

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n.
  1. having a surplus of electrons; having a lower electric potential
E.g.
  • This creates a base negative charge on the anode.
  • The positive charge is neutralized by the negative charge on the chloride ion.
  • For example, a proton has positive charge while an antiproton has negative charge.

negative chemotaxis

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n.
  1. movement away from a chemical stimulus

negative correlation

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n.
  1. a correlation in which large values of one variable are associated with small values of the other; the correlation coefficient is between 0 and -1; indirect correlation
E.g.
  • The survey found a negative correlation between fear of death and "religious concern".
  • It has a positive correlation with psychological distress, and a negative correlation with self-esteem.
  • There is also a negative correlation between the fineness ratio and the swimming ability of reef fish larvae.

negative feedback

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n.
  1. feedback in opposite phase with (decreasing) the input
E.g.
  • its impedance appears reduced) by negative feedback.
  • This provides a good example of a negative feedback loop.
  • This is a form of negative feedback.

negative feedback circuit

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n.
  1. a feedback circuit that subtracts from the input; control circuit

negative identification

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n.
  1. evidence proving that you are not who you say you are not; evidence establishing that you are not among a group of people already known to the system; recognition by the system leads to rejection

negative magnetic pole

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n.
  1. the pole of a magnet that points toward the south when the magnet is suspended freely; negative pole; south-seeking pole

negative muon

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n.
  1. an elementary particle with a negative charge and a half-life of 2 microsecond; decays to electron and neutrino and antineutrino; muon; mu-meson

negative pole

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n.
  1. the pole of a magnet that points toward the south when the magnet is suspended freely; negative magnetic pole; south-seeking pole
  2. the terminal of a battery that is connected to the negative plate

negative reinforcer

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n.
  1. a reinforcing stimulus whose removal serves to decrease the likelihood of the response that produced it; negative reinforcing stimulus

negative reinforcing stimulus

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n.
  1. a reinforcing stimulus whose removal serves to decrease the likelihood of the response that produced it; negative reinforcer

negative stimulation

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n.
  1. something causing antagonism or loss of interest; turnoff

negative stimulus

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n.
  1. a stimulus with undesirable consequences

negative reviews

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E.g.
  • The game generally received very negative reviews.
  • It received largely negative reviews from critics.
  • The film has received generally negative reviews.

negative review

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E.g.
  • Robert Christgau gave the album a negative review.
  • The game received a negative review in Riki magazine.
  • Peter Travers of "Rolling Stone" gave a negative review.

negative effects

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E.g.
  • However, they also come with negative effects.
  • The Canadian economy has seen negative effects as well.
  • Caffeine can have negative effects on anxiety disorders.

positive and negative

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E.g.
  • It received positive and negative critical notice.
  • These have both positive and negative aspects.
  • Ionic bonding leads to separate positive and negative ions.

negative impact

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E.g.
  • Elephants can have a negative impact on ecosystems.
  • That platforms have a net negative impact on the environment.
  • I don't see how this has any negative impact at all for O'Dwyer.

received negative

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E.g.
  • The film received negative response from critics.

negative effect

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E.g.
  • There is no evidence of a negative effect of French invasion."
  • Emigration too had a negative effect on the growth of cities in Quebec.
  • It also has a negative effect on the accuracy of navigational instruments.

positive or negative

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E.g.
  • Emotion is often the driving force behind motivation, positive or negative.
  • The target stimuli consist of words with known positive or negative valence.
  • white or black names) or words which have obvious positive or negative valence.

received negative reviews

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E.g.
  • The film received negative reviews from critics.

more negative

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E.g.
  • Some reviewers presented more negative critiques.
  • Other commentators were more negative about the single.
  • Some critics viewed "Paranoid" in a more negative light.

generally negative

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E.g.
  • The film has received generally negative reviews.
  • The game received generally negative reviews.
  • The Saturn version received generally negative reviews.

mostly negative

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E.g.
  • Critical reception to the film was mostly negative.
  • "Sphere" received mostly negative reviews from critics.
  • The game received mostly negative reviews.

negative consequences

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E.g.
  • This would have important negative consequences a century later.
  • There are other negative consequences resulting from a defaulted loan.
  • Bolivia is especially vulnerable to the negative consequences of climate change.

mixed to negative

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E.g.
  • Contemporary U.S. reviews were mixed to negative.
  • The game has received mixed to negative reviews.
  • The film received to mixed to negative reviews.

negative publicity

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E.g.
  • Greer resigned in 1997 after her position attracted negative publicity.
  • "We considered the lawsuits, the negative publicity that Countrywide had.
  • The commercial gained negative publicity and Casio was accused of false advertising.

negative impacts

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E.g.
  • Privatization, however, has had negative impacts as well.
  • found that these negative impacts would occur even with a mitigating flood release of 2,500cms.
  • Scientific studies have shown minute negative impacts to the physical health of the Zulu sheep.

negative reaction

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E.g.
  • The negative reaction came from both Mormons and non-Mormons.
  • When "Balzac" was exhibited in 1898, the negative reaction was not surprising.
  • The most surprisingly negative reaction to Arthur came from within the church.

negative reception

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E.g.
  • The album received a negative reception from critics.
  • The book met with some negative reception.
  • The film received a mixed to negative reception from critics.

generally negative reviews

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E.g.
  • The film has received generally negative reviews.
  • The game received generally negative reviews.
  • The Saturn version received generally negative reviews.

negative response

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E.g.
  • The film received negative response from critics.

mostly negative reviews

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E.g.
  • "Sphere" received mostly negative reviews from critics.
  • The game received mostly negative reviews.
  • The film received mostly negative reviews.

negative emotions

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E.g.
  • However, an increase in negative emotions (i.e.
  • Social stigma was a main factor predicting negative emotions and regret years later.
  • Guilt appears to prompt reparatory behaviors to alleviate the negative emotions that it engenders.

negative light

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E.g.
  • These statements further cast Gore in a negative light.
  • Some critics viewed "Paranoid" in a more negative light.
  • Due to their dietary habits, bald eagles are frequently viewed in a negative light by humans.

film a negative

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E.g.
  • "TV Guide" gave the film a negative review calling it "a pointless variation on the killer-doll genre".
  • "TV Guide" gave the film a negative review, awarding it a score of 1 out of 4, and calling the film "laughable".
  • Emanuel Levy of "Variety" gave the film a negative review, writing: ""Autumn in New York" is not a bad picture, just utterly banal.

received generally negative

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E.g.
  • The film has received generally negative reviews.
  • The game received generally negative reviews.
  • The Saturn version received generally negative reviews.

negative connotations

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E.g.
  • The original Greek word "daimon" does not carry negative connotations.
  • This dichotomy sheds light on the negative connotations that Belial held at the time.
  • There are those who reject the "gay label" for reasons other than shame or negative connotations.

negative view

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E.g.
  • Potho's contemporaries generally held a negative view of his performance.
  • Horowitz stated that by 2018 Macerata residents had a more negative view of migrants.
  • While 10 surveyed countries have the most negative view (Below 50%) of the United States.

largely negative

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E.g.
  • It received largely negative reviews from critics.
  • Critical reaction to the film was largely negative.
  • The game has received largely negative reviews.

very negative

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E.g.
  • The game generally received very negative reviews.
  • However, Play UK was very negative and gave it 28%.
  • Modern reception of the film has been very negative.

negative reactions

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E.g.
  • Fans who flaunt their knowledge receive negative reactions.
  • But it was also scrapped due to concern over fans' negative reactions.
  • The revelation about Peter's identity garnered both positive and negative reactions from critics.

negative comments

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E.g.
  • However, she overcomes this and tries to forget the negative comments.
  • Many customers referred to it as "terrible", among other negative comments.
  • In week 5, they performed "Dynamite", which again received negative comments, but again they were not in the bottom two.

received mostly negative

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E.g.
  • "Sphere" received mostly negative reviews from critics.
  • The game received mostly negative reviews.
  • The film received mostly negative reviews.

negative stereotypes

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E.g.
  • Jewish characters in Dostoevsky's works have been described as displaying negative stereotypes.
  • In one corner, anchor Mike Wallace is praised for debunking negative stereotypes about gay men.
  • Even pioneers in training the blind, such as Dorothy Harrison Eustis, harboured negative stereotypes about them.

negative aspects

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E.g.
  • These have both positive and negative aspects.
  • These negative aspects are now being rectified by special projects titled "Life-Nature Project".
  • The author claims to be "on her side", yet also examines the negative aspects of Thatcher's reign.

negative results

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E.g.
  • However, the performing analyzers gave a negative results.
  • A 1980 study by Jones and Bell also obtained negative results.
  • In 1940 I utilized further methods with high school students, again with negative results.

film received negative

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E.g.
  • The film received negative response from critics.

negative side

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E.g.
  • The droplet has no net charge but one positive and one negative side.
  • Thus for Asp or Glu with negative side chains, pI = ½(pKa + pKa), where pKa is the side chain pKa.
  • They discovered that 1-octanol reduced tremor and did not have the negative side effects of ethanol.

negative role

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E.g.
  • B. Vittalacharya cast him in a negative role in "Kanaka Durga Pooja Mahima".
  • Glasser mostly ignores the issues of negative role models and stereotypes in choice theory.
  • He has performed roles of lead role, negative role, supporting role and villain in various movies.

negative connotation

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E.g.
  • But even this negative connotation cannot be denied in light of the magical texts.
  • Past that time, however, the term "dictator" assumed an invariably negative connotation.
  • The Russian word "suka" ("сука", literally "bitch") has a different negative connotation than its English equivalent.

gave a negative

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E.g.
  • Peter Travers of "Rolling Stone" gave a negative review.
  • However, the performing analyzers gave a negative results.
  • She gave a negative review of the production, and panned Chopra's "auto-tuned" vocals.

negative attitudes

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E.g.
  • If groups with a negative outlook were brought together, it would lead to increases of negative attitudes rather than positive.
  • Due to the increasing modernization of Bhutan, there are negative attitudes towards those who speak Kheng instead of Dzongkha or the English.
  • Stimuli that elicited positive attitudes produced immediate positive behavior whilst stimuli that elicited negative attitudes triggered immediate avoidance behavior.

negative press

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E.g.
  • Her selection garnered negative press in her home country.
  • The attack brought the town negative press coverage worldwide.
  • The 2011 Man Booker Prize attracted a great deal of negative press.

negative pressure

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E.g.
  • When the negative pressure approximately reaches the value of 9 MPa, cavitation occurs.
  • New devices are being developed in order to control the bleeding using negative pressure .
  • Cavitation occurs when negative pressure causes bubbles (cavities) to form in a liquid, which then promptly and violently collapse.

negative feelings

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E.g.
  • They tend to be calm, emotionally stable, and free from persistent negative feelings.
  • Therefore, their donation helped reduce these negative feelings according to the model.
  • People may also refuse to give or receive it due to negative feelings or sexual inhibitions.

negative values

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E.g.
  • The sum can be evaluated for negative values of the index .
  • The international kinetic theory temperature of a body cannot take negative values.
  • It can take positive or negative values, but is zero if "X" and "Y" are independent.

negative health

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E.g.
  • Caffeine can have both positive and negative health effects.
  • Alcohol intoxication is the negative health effects due to the recent drinking of ethanol (alcohol).
  • For this reason and other possible negative health effects, some benign tumors are removed by surgery.

negative image

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E.g.
  • This eventually led to the sport taking on a negative image.
  • Others deplored the negative image that the braceros' departure produced for the Mexican nation.
  • West recites lines that depict a negative image and reveal feelings of opposition towards the lady he is referencing.

overwhelmingly negative

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E.g.
  • Reviews for "Wild 90" were overwhelmingly negative.
  • "Unwind" received one overwhelmingly negative review from CANOE.
  • The film received an overwhelmingly negative critical response in France.

negative environmental

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E.g.
  • Spray paint has many negative environmental effects.
  • The song is about the growth of suburbia and its negative environmental and social aspects.
  • Byrne tried to kill the proposal because of the negative environmental impact it would have.

negative attitude

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E.g.
  • The reason was the negative attitude of local population.
  • There is also sometimes a workplace stigma and negative attitude towards those with dyslexia.
  • Angle later conceded that his negative attitude toward the industry was misguided and "stupid".

negative outcomes

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E.g.
  • In short, even innocuous treatments can indirectly produce negative outcomes.
  • These findings mean that in the right circumstances, groupthink does not always have negative outcomes.
  • Internal self-justification helps make the negative outcomes more tolerable and is usually elicited by hedonistic dissonance.

negative influence

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E.g.
  • This negative influence can be seen in the economic theory of comparative advantage.
  • Homer fears that John will have a negative influence on his son Bart and decides to ensure Bart's heterosexuality by taking him hunting.
  • Wein explains that he is no longer exerting negative influence upon Lushati and also explains the events that led up to his change of heart.

negative attention

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E.g.
  • The video received negative attention and caused a media backlash.
  • Day received significant negative attention after two high-profile arrests.
  • This act garnered negative attention from critics and some animal rights activists.

negative numbers

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E.g.
  • Chinese mathematicians were the first to use negative numbers.
  • The four steps are: The engine represents negative numbers as ten's complements.
  • It allows some of the edge weights to be negative numbers, but no negative-weight cycles may exist.

no negative

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E.g.
  • Constraint (3) assures no negative traffic.
  • Every nonnegative real number has a square root in R, although no negative number does.
  • The graph on the left of the illustration has two negative edges, but no negative cycles.

negative criticism

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E.g.
  • The violence towards Manuel caused rare negative criticism of the show.
  • The album was met with a mix of some positive and some negative criticism.
  • However, McClennen notes that he does not offer only negative criticism of the topic.

negative points

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E.g.
  • Accumulation of 6 negative points eliminated the wrestler.

negative and positive

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E.g.
  • Amateurism can be seen in both a negative and positive light.
  • fight between negative and positive.
  • Juice Wrld himself considered the emo label to be both negative and positive.

negative critical

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E.g.
  • It received positive and negative critical notice.
  • The film received an overwhelmingly negative critical response in France.
  • "Passer By" received negative critical reaction from the "New Statesman".

extremely negative

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E.g.
  • Reviews for the film were extremely negative.
  • Israel's initial attitude toward rock music was extremely negative.
  • "Darkness" received extremely negative reviews from both critics and audiences.

negative views

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E.g.
  • Many critics have negative views of the new stadium.
  • The negative views towards Wollstonecraft persisted for over a century.
  • Polls have shown that some Filipinos hold negative views directed against the Moro people.

negative affect

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E.g.
  • When measured with an affect intensity measure, women reported greater intensity of both positive and negative affect than men.
  • Due to their migration, Ormella identified the negative affect it had on her family and felt a separation from her European life.
  • When a person sitting in a bus witnesses a pregnant woman or an old person standing, negative affect will be induced on the witness.

negative energy

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E.g.
  • We already let the negative energy out.
  • Solutions of the Dirac equation contained negative energy quantum states.
  • The cutting phase entails remaining in a net negative energy balance (calorie deficit).

significant negative

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E.g.
  • Day received significant negative attention after two high-profile arrests.
  • Current vampire bat management practices have serious and significant negative effects on its population.
  • "Strategic defaults" became common, as homeowners with significant negative equity simply abandoned the home and the debt.

many negative

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E.g.
  • Spray paint has many negative environmental effects.
  • Despite many negative reviews, "Atlas Shrugged" became an international bestseller.
  • There are many negative economic and political issues that this can cause, as well as ethical issues.

negative space

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E.g.
  • The exterior is termed the negative space, and can be as important in the representation as the figure.
  • This series of views, called the "Drop-Out series" were constructed from the negative space around a breast.
  • The incorporation of negative space that had begun in the Drop-Out series was continued into a new medium and format.
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