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does "없어" always indicate a negative sentence?

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    Not always.

    너밖에 없어: There is no one but you = there is only you. (You will hear this expression quite often when you listen to Korean songs).
    물밖에 없어: There is nothing but water = there is only water.


    "~밖에 없어"= "There is no one/nothing but ~"; therefore, "there is only ~."

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