attitude

01. You will never improve if you don't change your negative [attitude].
02. Her upbeat, positive [attitude] kept everyone from getting too worried.
03. Her son has a real [attitude], so the other children don't want to play with him.
04. She has a good [attitude] about the whole thing.
05. You have a very bad [attitude], and if it doesn't change, you'll be fired.
06. She really changed her [attitude] once she understood how the others felt.
07. His [attitude] towards learning has been greatly influenced by the negative experiences he had as a child with an abusive teacher.
08. Kathleen Turner once said that being a sex-symbol has to do with [attitude] not looks. Most men think it's looks, but most women know otherwise.
09. Writer Amy Tan once said that if you can't change your fate, change your [attitude].
10. The students in the class had a negative [attitude] towards learning because the teacher treated them like idiots whenever they made mistakes.
11. Workers in China can get bonuses for being productive and punctual, for perfect attendance, and for having a positive [attitude] towards their work.
12. Along with a positive [attitude] and a healthy diet, your fitness level plays a major role in how you feel.
13. Sathya Sai Baba once observed that the [attitude] today is the root on which the future grows.
14. Many psychologists believe that we form our [attitudes] and opinions of ourselves in part by observing our own behavior.
15. Italian [attitudes] dominated the musical thinking of the period from the late sixteenth century to the mid-eighteenth century.

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  • ATTITUDE — Le mot attitude vient du latin aptitudo. Son sens primitif appartient au domaine de la plastique: «Manière de tenir le corps. [Avoir] de belles attitudes», dit Littré. Du physique le terme se transpose au moral: «L’attitude du respect»; puis il… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Attitude — may refer to: NOTOC Psychology* Attitude (psychology), a person s perspective toward a specified target * Propositional attitude, a relational mental state connecting a person to a propositionMusic* Attitude (rapper) * Attitudes (band), a 1970s… …   Wikipedia

  • Attitude — At ti*tude, n. [It. attitudine, LL. aptitudo, fr. L. aptus suited, fitted: cf. F. attitude. Cf. {Aptitude}.] 1. (Paint. & Sculp.) The posture, action, or disposition of a figure or a statue. [1913 Webster] 2. The posture or position of a person… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • attitude — ATTITUDE. s. f. Situation, position du corps. Belle attitude. Toutes les attitudes de ce tableau sont admirables. Mettre un modèle dans une certaine attitude. Le peindre dans une certaine attitude. Son attitude étoit à peindre. [b]f♛/b] On donne… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • attitude — One might say that this is now a word with attitude, in its 20c meaning ‘aggressive or uncooperative behaviour’, which represents a special application of one kind of characteristic attitude (in the established meaning ‘a person s settled opinion …   Modern English usage

  • Attitüde — (sprich ˌatiˈtyːdə; von französisch attitude, gesprochen atityd, Haltung, Verhalten, Gebaren, Einstellung) nennt man in der Kunst die Haltung, Stellung oder Lage menschlicher Figuren, eine Positur oder eine Gebärde. Im Sinne der bildenden Kunst… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • attitude — [at′ə to͞od΄, at′ətyo͞od΄] n. [Fr < It attitudine, attitude, aptness < LL aptitudo (gen. aptitudinis) < L aptus, APT1] 1. the position or posture assumed by the body in connection with an action, feeling, mood, etc. [to kneel in an… …   English World dictionary

  • attitude — UK US /ˈætɪtjuːd/ noun [C or U] ► a feeling or opinion about something, especially when this shows in your behaviour: attitude towards sb/sth »We need team players with a positive attitude towards work. »What is your employer s attitude to equal… …   Financial and business terms

  • Attitüde — Sf Haltung , besonders affektierte Haltung, Einstellung erw. fremd. Erkennbar fremd (18. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus frz. attitude f., das seinerseits aus it. attitudine entlehnt ist. Dessen weitere Herkunft ist mehrdeutig (zu l. aptus passend… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Attitude — ist der Name: eines Album der norwegischen Band Susperia, siehe Attitude (Album) einer britischen Zeitschrift, siehe Attitude (Zeitschrift) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung meh …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Attitüde — Attitüde, Stellung des Leibes, Lage, Haltung, vorzüglich in der Ruhe. Die Attitüde fordert beim bildenden Künstler, beim Tänzer, beim Pantomimen und Schauspieler große Vorstudien, denn sie sei der jedesmalige genaue Abdruck des Seelenzustandes… …   Damen Conversations Lexikon

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