Our actions often negate our principles.
To negate this is to negate everything, including the war itself as well as the negator himself.
To negate this is to negate everything ,includng the war itself as well as the negator himself.
Saddam was pushed back and his threat negated.
It's used to negate a statement of fact.
Couching it as a scientific observation totally negates the misogyny.
These gestures are extremely important as they virtually negate what the speaker says.
Sirkeci argues that Europe's actions negate any claim of moral superiority in Brussels.
When we negate unhappiness. I want to go back to our local village.
A NOT takes a single boolean value, either true or false, and negates it.
Yet some healthcare personnel may feel that having had covid-19, as many have, negates the obligation.
She says the lack of the feminism label in some cases doesn't negate the credibility of their work.
Now it's important to mention that irrational human behavior doesn't negate everything you've learned here at Crash Course Economics.
It was being used, it said, to negate China's political system and try to turn it into a Western one.
Hey, you can't say you're breezy, that, that totally negates the breezy.
Thus, in negative feedback, when the original condition has been repaired, or negated, corrective actions decrease or discontinue.
He kept on speaking about certain forces in the United States that were trying to downplay, or even negate, the results of the summit.
To give the chancellor his due, pulling out a surprise liberal reform of this kind seemed also a sensible way to negate the unrealistic demands for a splurge.
But despite how cool it sounds, the amount of energy required to power the operation, and the heat it would release, might negate any benefits of restoring the Arctic ice.