In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1negativoyou're too negative — eres demasiado negativo
- the blood test was negative — el análisis de sangre dio negativo
- negative film — negativo
- negative image — imagen en negativo
- The records of her transaction, and loan would have been available and in their absence I draw a negative inference.
1.1(word, particle)negación feminineput this sentence into the negative — pon esta frase en negativo
- Re-reading P G Wodehouse's The Code of the Woosters the other day reminded me of the many words in English which are the negatives of words whose positive forms are now obsolete or rare.
- Hence the perceived strangeness of They could give a damn, which has no overt negative, but means the same thing as the same phrase with a negative.
- So far then: no to adjectives being crucially involved, but yes to positives being used sarcastically to express negatives rather than the other way around.
- A penchant for sentences with multiple negatives is one of the things that make jury instructions notoriously hard to understand.
- Other tenses, the various modalities, and of course negatives, would be incompatible with this characterization.
1.2(no)negativa femininehe answered in the negative — contestó con una negativa
- In my view the answer to both those questions is in the negative.
- He asked Mr. Sinclair if there was any complaint and Mr. Sinclair responded in the negative.
- Frightened, the young Ethiopian responded in the negative.
- She was also asked specifically as to whether or not anyone else stayed in the basement with Orville and responded in the negative.
- To my great disappointment, his reply was in the negative.
- Citing historical evidence, Marshall answers his own query in the negative.
- It provides an answer to this question in the negative.
- He was asked if he wanted to receive the Nobel and he replied in the negative which greatly surprised the other people on the show.
- My response to your first question is in the negative.
- But it truly saddens me that a few people have indeed asked if I am going to sue and have been more than a touch surprised when I have answered them in the negative.
- The sceptical scribe answered in the negative; Palmer was annoyed at the dismissive response.
- I nodded at the vague words I captured from her answer as I headed towards the door, only halting when I realised that she had replied in the negative.
- Posterity has tended to answer that question in the negative.
- RBC has bitten the bullet, and answered my question in the negative; he thinks he'd still be free, and wouldn't complain.
- I asked many colleagues and friends if they would employ persons from the minority community and the answers were invariably in the negative.
- He is refused service in an antique store by an old man who answers even obvious questions in the negative.
- I would therefore answer the first question posed in the negative.
- Asked if he found any involvement of the ‘foreign hand’, he replied in the negative.
- I'm tall also, so I look him in the eye and reply in the negative.
- The Court answered that question in the negative (with Judge Bauer dissenting).
- The photographers developed the infrared film and made prints from the negatives in their respective darkrooms.
- The photographer then contact prints negatives onto the platinum paper, which means the negative is put into direct contact with the paper as it is exposed by the enlarger.
- We collected the negatives from Mr Johnston and they were absolutely genuine.
- This is conceivable but unlikely; there are no extant negatives, and contemporary reports stated the plates were destroyed.
- A vast collection of black and white glass plate negatives and prints dating from the 1920s which were unearthed at a Doncaster sewage works have been donated to the town's museum and art gallery.
- Colour negatives will often lith print very well and much better than they do with other black and white printing methods.
- When dry, the photographer contact prints the negative onto the tissue.
- Up until this point I have been using Kodak film and having my negatives printed off and enlarging and framing them.
- Over the years, 8500 prints and glass plate negatives of the sisters have come to be housed there.
- A week ago we were attacked in my apartment, the attackers went through my darkroom and took the prints and negatives of all my photographic work over the last year but they weren't that good.
- In this article, I am primarily concerned with photographic prints rather than negatives.
- Sugiura often uses the photogram as a paper negative to print a positive, in which the subject becomes a black silhouette.
- Traditionally, a photomontage is a single print made by superimposing several images enlarged from different negatives.
- Any dust on the APHS film during exposure of the enlarged negative will show in the final print as a black spot.
- But in fact, one almost complete set of negatives and several diaries and albums describing his extraordinary life survived.
- They are one-of-a-kind photographs that cannot be easily reproduced (unlike prints from negatives or transparencies).
- So I stayed in yesterday evening and continued to sort through three years of photographic, prints, negatives, and scans.
- By April 1861, when the American civil war began, photography had advanced with the introduction of glass plate negatives.
- For the iceberg photos, Steffensen used black-and-white negatives but printed the images with color photographic chemicals.
- The collection of photographic images extends to 600 glass plate negatives, dating from the Edwardian period through to the 1920s.
3Electricitypolo negativo masculine
- Welding is done with direct current, electrode negative (straight polarity).
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