English version

somebody sees the glass as half-empty/half-full

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomebody sees the glass as half-empty/half-fullsomebody sees the glass as half-empty/half-fullused to say that a particular person is more likely to notice the good parts or the bad parts of a situation glass
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