Translation for 'affirmative' from English to Serbian
ADJ   affirmative | more affirmative | most affirmative
NOUN   affirmative | affirmatives
SYNO affirmative | affirmatory | approbative | ...
потврдан {adj}affirmative
афирмативан {adj}affirmative
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Translation for 'affirmative' from English to Serbian

потврдан {adj}

афирмативан {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • A squirrel can also refer to an affirmative so obscure that there is no known negative against it. These cases are rare and will typically win the round for the affirmative team.
  • He says he supports income-based affirmative action as opposed to race-related affirmative action.
  • Rice has taken a centrist approach to "race and gender preferences" in affirmative action policies. She described affirmative action as being "still needed," but she does not support quotas.
  • In February 2019, Gallup published the results of a November and December 2018 survey and found that support for affirmative action programs was growing.
  • Many languages distinguish forms of indefinites used in affirmative contexts from those used in non-affirmative contexts.

  • The affirmative team should never run an impact turn and a link turn together—this is called double turning.
  • The agreement usually entails a negative commitment to the counterplan provided that the affirmative is willing to compare it to the affirmative without making any conditional statements.
  • Some criticisms of BEE – particularly those about its economic effects – are difficult to disentangle from broader criticisms of South Africa's broader employment equity or affirmative action programme.
  • Opponents of affirmative action for women argue that affirmative action plans legalize reverse discrimination by favoring less qualified women.
  • In policy debate theory, "prima facie" is used to describe the mandates or planks of an affirmative case, or, in some rare cases, a negative counterplan.

  • Negative conclusion from affirmative premises is a syllogistic fallacy committed when a categorical syllogism has a negative conclusion yet both premises are affirmative.
  • Herbert Hill's survey of affirmative-action lawsuits found that Jewish organizations have generally opposed affirmative-action programs.
  • Note that in the imperative, the affirmative second-person forms differ from their negative counterparts; this is the only case of a difference in conjugation between affirmative and negative in Spanish.
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