單字 。 之截斷形式
- (俚語) HIV陽性
- 2002, David Nimmons, The Soul Beneath the Skin, New York: St. Martin's Press, →ISBN, page 74:
- At a contentious public meeting to discuss barebacking in New York in 1999, an interesting statement came from a man who described himself as the manager of the nation's largest moderated bareback computer list. He stated almost in passing that the the list was “about 98 percent poz guys.”
- 2010, Rick Reed, Tales from the Sexual Underground, page 61:
- I recall when we exchanged our HIV statuses at one point; not tonight. He's poz.
- (俚語, 及物) 使某人感染上性病
- 2012年10月15日, Megan Gillis, “'Poz' lover lied to fulfill fantasy”, in Ottawa Sun:
- However it’s hard to tell the truth from fantasy in the chats, which don’t include Boone talking of killing anyone, defence lawyer Ian Carter put to Lapointe. “During these hundreds of pages as part of that sexual fantasy of chasing, stealthing, pozzing or whatever you want to call it, he never indicates he wants to kill anyone?” Ian Carter asked her. “That’s correct,” said Lapointe, noting Boone does talk about giving people HIV and people dying of the disease.
- 2016年3月9日, Gary Dimmock, “'Poz vampire' gets 9 years for attempted murder”, in Ottawa Sun:
- Boone discussed his criminal exploits and said he became sexually aroused by “stealth pozzing,” or infecting unsuspecting partners.
- 2018, Scott Farrell, Scott Farrell's Biography, or, Triumph, Tears, and Tales of the Stage, page 256:
- He talked about his ex possibly giving him an STD. The medicines in the cabinet. And the incubation period seemed to fit the timeline. My heart stopped for a second. What if he pozzed me? It was a horrifying thought, and it consumed me
- (俚語, 及物, 非標準) 對某人說讚美的話
- 近義詞： compliment
- 2015年1月21日, Peter Bradshaw, “A brief history of pozzing and negging”, in The Guardian:
- What on earth happened to the gallant tradition of “pozzing”: making positive remarks? What’s wrong with single guys going up to women in clubs to shout above the loud music, “Your delicate beauty has captured my heart” before presenting them with a single rose? But no.