Positive

[linguistics] Positive is the form of an adjective or adverb on which comparative and superlative are formed, in English, with the suffixes -ier, -lier, -iest, or -liest, or the forms more/less for polysyllabic adjectives/adverbs. In English, good is a positive adjectival form corresponding to the comparative better and the superlative best
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positive

[Adjective] Something favourable or good; showing confidence and optimism (results or comments); clear and definite.
Example: The student had a very positive attitude to his studies.
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positive

[adj] - having a positive electric charge 2. [adj] - (medicine) indicating existence or presence of a suspected condition or pathogen 3. [adj] - (mathematics) greater than zero 4. [adj] - characterized by or displaying affirmation or acceptance or certainty etc. 5. [adj] - formally laid down or imposed 6. [n] - a film sho
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Positive

Symbol : +A quantity or value that is greater than zero.
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Positive

Film or print reproduction of an original containing the same color relationship and subject placement as the original.
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positive

An artwork master or production master in which the intended conductive pattern is opaque to light, and the areas intended to be free from conductive material are transparent.
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positive

1) (adjective) Describing an artwork, artwork master, or production master in which the intended conductive pattern is opaque, and the areas to be free from conductive material are transparent to light.
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Positive

The opposite of a negative for example an image with the same tonal relationships as those in the original scan. Most prints and slides are positive.
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Positive

The opposite of a negative, an image with the same tonal relationships as those in the original scenes-for example, a finished print or a slide.
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Positive

Pos'i·tive adjective [ Middle English positif , French positif , Latin positivus . See Position .] 1. Having a real position, existence, or energy; existing in fact; real; actual; -- opposed to negative . ' Positive good.' Bacon. 2.
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Positive

Pos'i·tive noun 1. That which is capable of being affirmed; reality. South. 2. That which settles by absolute appointment. 3. (Gram.) The positive degree or form. 4. (Photog.) A picture in which the lights and shades correspond in position with
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Positive

Pos'i·tive adjective 1. (Mach. & Mech.) (a) Designating, or pertaining to, a motion or device in which the movement derived from a driver, or the grip or hold of a restraining piece, is communicated through an unyielding intermediate piece or pieces; as, a claw clutch is a pos
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positive

Having a value greater than zero, indicating existence or presence of a condition, organism, etc. As chromatin positive or Wassermann positive, characterised by affirmation or cooperation. ... Origin: L. Positivus ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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positive

prescribed adjective formally laid down or imposed; `positive laws`
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positive

adjective greater than zero; `positive numbers`
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positive

noun a film showing a photographic image whose tones correspond to those of the original subject
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positive

adjective having a positive electric charge; `protons are positive`
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positive

(poz´ĭ-tiv) having a value greater than zero. indicating existence or presence, as chromatin-positive. characterized by affirmation or cooperation.
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Positive

• (a.) Designating, or pertaining to, a motion or device in which the movement derived from a driver, or the grip or hold of a restraining piece, is communicated through an unyielding intermediate piece or pieces; as, a claw clutch is a positive clutch, while a friction clutch is not. • (a.) Designating a method of steering or turning in
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positive

(L. positivus) having a value greater than zero; indicating existence or presence of a condition, organism, etc. as chromatin positive or Wassermann positive; characterized by affirmation or cooperation.
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Positive

Refers to 'what is,' in contrast to normative which involves value judgments as to 'what ought to be.' The word is not, in this use, the opposite of either 'negative' or 'harmful.'
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Positive

A photographic image which appears as the original image, as opposed to a negative which reverses the black and white.
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Positive

The opposite of a negative for example an image with the same tonal relationships as those in the original scan. Most prints and slides are positive
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Positive

Photographic image on film that corresponds to the original copy; the reverse of a negative.
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positive

direct electroplated copy of a master negative, having a groove similar to that on a disk NOTE 1 - The positive can be played as a disk or used to generate stampers. NOTE 2 - See figure 806-2.
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