What does "affirmative" mean?

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The term Affirmative means: asserting that something is correct or true; giving approval or assent; being in a proposition where the predicate confirms something related to the subject. In the military, it is a signal codeword used to show assent or give confirmation.
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af·firm·a·tive
[uh-fur-muh-tiv]
ADJECTIVE
1.
affirming or assenting; asserting the truth, validity, or fact of something.
2.
expressing agreement or consent; assenting: an affirmative reply.
3.
positive; not negative.
4.
Logic. noting a proposition in which a property of a subject is affirmed, as “All men are happy.”
NOUN
5.
something that affirms or asserts; a positive statement or proposition; affirmation.
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