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Adjective
Denotes a state of denial, disagreement, or refusal
“Despite what he felt was a promising interview, Kris received a negative response to his application.”
Adjective
Denotes a strong aversion or opposition to something
“Tom used to have a negative perception of police officers until he was rescued by them.”
Adjective
(of a person, attitude, or situation) Having the characteristics of a pessimist
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“You will never quit smoking with such a negative attitude.”
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(of a person, attitude, or situation) Having a toxic or damaging influence
“Many of us felt that Jill had a negative effect on Jane because of her history with drugs.”
Adjective
Denotes the non-existence of a disease or condition
“The results have come back, and you have a negative result for H.Pylori.”
Adjective
Inclined to express negative or disapproving comments
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Disparaging, belittling or derogatory
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Negative and unhelpful
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Causing, or capable of causing, harm
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Showing apathy or disregard towards a person or idea
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Refusing to proceed or cooperate
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Doubtful as to whether something will happen or whether it is worthwhile
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Into a worse state
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Not compliant
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Not helpful
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On the negative side
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Not existent
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Disappointed in someone or something that one discovers to be less good than one had believed
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Characterized by causing hardships or problems
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Disposed to complaining, especially in a petulant or whining manner
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Having no legal or binding force; invalid
Noun
Something construed as denial, dissent, or refusal
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“The fact that he had not returned her call was enough for her to consider it a negative.”
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(typically an unpleasant or undesirable form) Something that is in opposition to something else
“Inspiring fear in your subordinates is a definite negative of true leadership.”
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(of a person or thing) An attribute marked by a disadvantage or downfall
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“The one negative that I find from this diet, is that it is very restrictive.”
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A picture or image made using a camera
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A person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or something else
Verb
To refuse or reject
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“I really cannot negative a generous offer of fine vintage wine.”
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To show an unwillingness to grant, allow, or consent
“I'm sorry to inform you that the government will negative your request for clemency.”
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To disprove or refute
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“It was never my intention to negative your theory of evolution, but frankly, it would have been a bigger sin to let it slide.”
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To render useless or neutralize
“The flow of illegal weapons, of unseen scope, is poised to negative the ongoing arms amnesty.”
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To show an undesirable inclination to accept, do, engage in, or agree to
“I will negative any invitation extended to me, as I generally loathe the company of people.”
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To get rid of
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To adjust in order to make fair or equal
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Interjection
(informal) Informal way of saying no
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