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negative

or

inverse relationship

the relationship between two variables where an increase in one variable, such as PRICE, is associated with a decrease in another variable, such as QUANTITY DEMANDED. Compare POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP.
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"Can it be that it's only possible to be just negatively?" he was asking himself.
Every substance is negatively electric to that which stands above it in the chemical tables, positively to that which stands below it.
That puzzled me much; but, however, I explained myself negatively, that it was one that did not go to service, to do housework.
On my shaking my head negatively he smiled queerly, said "De Barral," and enjoyed my surprise.
RIGA, Sept 1 (LETA) - New Unity will certainly not be the one will attempt to negatively impact the government, Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (New Unity) said during the party's congress yesterday.
He told Parliament that he was aware that centralisation of authority in Serowe under the Central District coordinator impacted negatively on service delivery, particularly maintenance of vehicles.
Scattering waste reflects negatively on civilized behavior
As the Trump administration hopes to further raise tariffs to 25% on Chinese-made goods, analysts continue to warn that the hike could negatively impact the U.S.
More young people see the industry positively than negatively, whereas more seniors view it negatively than positively.
Perhaps as a result, a recent study noted that borrowers default on a third of first cycle loans and are negatively listed on the credit reference bureaus (CRB).NEGATIVELY LISTEDBy March 31, 2017, about 10 per of the adult population of Kenya was negatively listed on the CRB ndash nearly a million of these for amounts less than Sh1,000.
WEDNESDAY, June 20, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- In back-related leg pain and sciatica patients, belief in a long recovery and the number of other symptoms attributed to the pain are independently negatively associated with improvement, according to a study published in the June issue of The Spine Journal.
Legendary juju musician Adewale Ayuba on Thursday expressed worries over obscene videos and contents in the music sector, saying that they were impacting negatively on the youths.