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(I've) seen worse.

a noncommittal and not totally negative judgment about something or someone. Alice: How did you like the movie? John: I've seen worse. Bill: What do you think about this weather? Gladys: Seen worse.
See also: seen, worse

negative

n. any drawback or bad thing about someone or something. There are too many negatives associated with your plan.
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Owing to these complications, the simplest type of correspondence is impossible when either negative facts or negative propositions are involved.
Each particle has its positives and negatives that can be balanced to reach specific papermaking goals.
Most of the literature discusses synergy in terms of a positive effect, but the effects can also be negative.
The real problem is in deciding how precautionary to be in the face of inevitable uncertainties, demanding that we understand the equally inevitable false positives and false negatives from screening evidence.
When fixing is complete, you can view your negatives in light.
Created from long-forgotten - and in many cases badly decomposing - negatives, the photographs were salvaged by Los Angeles Police Department reserve Officer Merrick Morton and turned into a powerful pictorial display.
Estimates of false negatives rates vary, but generally range from 10 to 30 percent.
Employed as negatives, these slides provide enlargements with negative values and, paradoxically, unique photographic qualities.
False negatives, says Harvard's Essex, are "still a limitation in the first-and second-generation test.
Negatives in the company's operating profile include a decline in Ford's production schedule, a high and relatively inflexible cost structure, continued raw material cost pressures and a below-average product portfolio.
FilmStar 2 is capable of processing negatives for many uses, including newsletters, books, continuous forms, labels, flexographic blocks, engraving, and much more.
Linearization is used to adjust for dot gain that occurs when producing negatives or that can be induced on the press.
XANTE's NEIT ensures the highest quality for printing, proofing, camera-ready art, film negatives, or direct-to-polyester-plate applications.
Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today introduced the Digital Negative Specification, a new unified public format for raw digital camera files.