positiveadjective

  • ja陽性の
  • enin medical context, the definite presence of a substance or medical condition

Examples

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Your test came back positive.
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You are pregnant.
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Calm down.
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Maybe you're not pregnant.
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What?
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When I got pregnant with the triplets, I took that test 3 times just to make sure.
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Yes, maybe it's a false positive.
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Are you sure you peed on the stick right?
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How many ways are there to do that?
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Justin has tested positive for HIV-1.
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And based on his symptoms, we believe it has progressed to AIDS.
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They did over a hundred tests, and they all tested positive for typhoid fever.
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Yet, she showed no symptoms.
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My story began 7 years ago when my father tested positive for the BRCA mutation.
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I booked an appointment to get tested immediately.
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And I also tested positive.
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The doctors told me that, in my case,
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this mutation gave me an 87% risk of developing breast cancer,
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and up to a 40% chance of developing ovarian cancer.
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Have you ever had an STI scare? What happened?
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Yes, I did.
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It was a gonorrhea scare type of thing.
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But I think I went and got treated for it,
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even though it was not positive.
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But that's what they do anyway, so.
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She got the results of a blood test this morning.
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And it was HIV-positive.
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For myself as a healthcare provider, this is something my hospital system even asked me to ask you.
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When is it safe for us to return to work,
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once we've either tested positive for COVID-19,
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or you know, with the lack of testing kits,
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had a upper respiratory viral illness,
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where we don't know if it was COVID-19, when can we return?
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Is it when fever subsides, 24 hours after fever subsides?
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Or do we do a full 14-day or 21-day quarantine?
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If you are a healthcare provider,
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or someone who is in a critical infrastructure,
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and you need to get back to work,
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to assume that you're infected,
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what you can do is that you can wear a mask,
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take your temperature daily, monitor yourself.
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If you get symptoms, get out of circulation!

Other meanings for positive...

positiveadjective

  • ja明確な、疑いのない
  • engood or useful
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Today is perfect, and I love you.
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Chris is so wonderful, and thoughtful, and positive.
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That hurt my feelings.
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Hurt my feelings.
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You're supposed to be this positive person.
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Can't we just talk about things we like?
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There's no way on earth we're gonna make this plane.
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It leaves in 45 minutes.
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Think positive, Frank.
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You be positive, I'll be realistic.
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Okay guys, you know what I would love?
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I'd love if anybody just said something positive.
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- About— oh, I don't know, anything. - I agree.
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This song is fun and light-hearted.
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And it's got a positive, upbeat message.
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What's her name?
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She's kind, she's good-hearted, she's happy.
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She's positive, she inspires people.
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Posi Girl maybe?
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Posi Girl?
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Like Positive Girl?
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Okay, Posi Girl.