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position pronunciación
1 a place where someone or something is The mansion was in a fine position overlooking the bay .
2 the right or proper place Volume 2 was out of position .
3 the relationship of things to one another in space; arrangement.
4 a way of sitting, standing, lying, facing, being held or placed, etc an upright position .
5 mil a place occupied for strategic purposes.
6 one's opinion or viewpoint What's your position on euthanasia?
7 a job or post Bill holds a senior position at the bank .
8 rank; status; importance in society wealth and position .
9 the place of a competitor in the finishing order, or at an earlier stage in a contest lying in fourth position .
10 sport an allotted place in a team, especially on the pitch or playing-area the centre-forward position .
11 the set of circumstances in which one is placed not in a position to help found myself in an awkward position .
verb (positioned , positioning ) to place; to put something or someone in position.
[15c: French, from Latin positio , positionis , from ponere to place]
positional adjective .

positive pronunciación
1 sure; certain; convinced.
2 definite; allowing no doubt positive proof of her guilt .
3 expressing agreement or approval a positive response .
4 optimistic feeling more positive .
5 forceful or determined; not tentative.
6 constructive; contributing to progress or improvement; helpful.
7 clear and explicit positive directions .
8 colloq downright a positive scandal .
9 said of the result of a chemical test: confirming the existence of the suspected condition.
10 maths said of a number or quantity: greater than zero.
11 physics , elec having a deficiency of electrons, and so being able to attract them, ie attracted by a negative charge.
12 photog said of a photographic image: in which light and dark tones and colours correspond to those in the original subject.
13 grammar expressing a quality in the simple form, as distinct from the comparative or superlative forms. Compare negative.
1 a positive thing, aspect or quality.
2 a positive quantity.
3 grammar an adjective or adverb in the positive form.
4 a positive photographic image.
[14c: from French positif , positive , or Latin positivus , from ponere to place]

positive discrimination
noun the creation of special employment opportunities, etc for those groups or members of society previously disadvantaged or discriminated against.

positive feedback
noun , engineering , biol a form of feedback in which the output of a system is used to increase the input.

positive heliotropism see under heliotropism

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