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attitude /ˈætətjuːd, ˈætɪtjuːd $ -tuːd/ noun

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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- disposition, approach, frame of mind, mood, opinion, outlook, perspective, point of view, position, stance
- position, pose, posture, stance
Related Words: air, demeanor, port, presence, point of view, bias, predilection, prejudice, prepossession
English Thesaurus: opinion, view, point of view, position, attitude, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

attitude S2 W1 AC /ˈætətjuːd, ˈætɪtjuːd $ -tuːd/ noun
[Word Family: noun: attitude; adjective: attitudinal]
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French; Origin: Late Latin aptitudo 'fitness', from Latin aptus; apt]

1. [uncountable and countable] the opinions and feelings that you usually have about something, especially when this is shown in your behaviour:
As soon as they found out I was a doctor, their whole attitude changed.
attitude to/towards
The people have a very positive attitude to life.

2. [uncountable] informal a style of dressing, behaving etc that shows you have the confidence to do unusual and exciting things without caring what other people think
with attitude
a coat with attitude
—attitudinal /ˌætəˈtjuːdənəl, ˌætɪˈtjuːdənəl $ -ˈtuː-/ adjective

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. conciliatory, favourable, friendly, positive, responsible, right, sympathetic She seems to have the right attitude for the job.
aggressive, bad, belligerent, cavalier, critical, hostile, irreverent, negative, patronizing, wrong | carefree, casual, flexible, laid-back, liberal, relaxed The teachers seem to have a very relaxed attitude towards discipline.
conservative, inflexible, rigid, uncompromising | ambivalent | general, prevailing, public The general attitude of the public is sympathetic.
changing | mental, moral, sexual
VERB + ATTITUDE adopt, have, take The government has taken a positive attitude to this problem.
change The experience changed his attitude to religion.
ATTITUDE + VERB exist, persist, prevail This sort of attitude exists among certain groups of people.
ATTITUDE + NOUN problem At school he was thought to have an attitude problem.
PREP. ~ about changing attitudes about death
~ of an attitude of confidence and trust Youth is simply an attitude of mind.
~ to/towards There has been a marked change in attitude towards the European single currency.
PHRASES a change in/of attitude, with attitude (informal) (= having a confident, aggressive attitude that challenges what people think) a rock band with attitude

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


a lazy student with a bad attitude
A positive attitude is essential if you want to be successful.
Many teenagers have a very negative attitude towards cooking.
On Bali, there is a healthier, more relaxed attitude to life.
favourable (=having a good opinion of something or someone)
Older people tend to have a favourable attitude to the police.
critical (=showing you disagree with or disapprove of someone or something)
People’s attitude towards US foreign policy has become increasingly critical.
ambivalent (=not sure if you approve of something)
The public have a rather ambivalent attitude towards science.
cavalier (=very careless, especially about something serious or important)
his cavalier attitude to the truth
patronizing/condescending (=showing that you think you are more important or intelligent than someone)
complaints about patronising attitudes towards women
aggressive/hostile (=showing anger)
Their attitude suddenly became more aggressive.
public attitudes/people’s attitudes
Public attitudes have changed.
political attitudes
a survey of people’s political attitudes
mental attitude
There is a strong connection between health and mental attitude.
sb’s whole attitude
His whole attitude seemed different.
the general attitude
His general attitude to our situation was unsympathetic.
have/take/adopt an attitude
Not everyone takes a positive attitude towards modern art.
sb’s attitude changes
As you get older, your attitude changes.
an attitude exists
This attitude no longer exists in the church.
sb’s attitude hardens (=they feel less sympathy and they want to be stricter or firmer)
People’s attitudes towards sex offenders have hardened.
an attitude of mind British English (=a way of thinking)
Being young is simply an attitude of mind.
somebody has an attitude problem (=someone is not helpful or pleasant to be with)
Some of the male students have a real attitude problem.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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