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upbeat

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishupbeatup‧beat /ˈʌpbiːt/ adjective 🔊 🔊 HAPPYEXPECTpositive and making you feel that good things will happen opp downbeat 🔊 an upbeat message
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upbeatFor all the trouble she's been through, Anna is remarkably upbeat.And there is something to be upbeat about in 1992: it's an election year.Analysts are more upbeat about the long-term outlook for the economy.The upbeat jazz I listen to in the kitchen makes my food come alive.As he ends his trip, the usually upbeat Mr Liebenow is in a pensive mood.an upbeat reportThe exhibition keeps an official, upbeat tally of progress.The senator took an upbeat view of the Republicans' chances in the next election.
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