Word: regressive

Category: regressive

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Related words: regressive

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Translations: regressive

spanish
regresivo, regresiva, regresivos, regresivas, regresividad


german
rückläufig

french
régressif, rétrograde

italian
regressivo

portuguese
regressivo, regressiva, regressivos, regressivas

dutch
regressieve, regressief, degressieve, achteruitgang

russian
обратный, регрессивный, убывающий

norwegian
regressiv, regressivt

swedish
regressiv, regressiva, regressivt, bakåtsträvande, degressiv

finnish
taantumuksellinen, edistysvastainen

danish
regressiv, regressivt, degressive, tilbageskridt

czech
zpětný

polish
regresywny, wsteczny, powrotny, regresyjny

hungarian
hátraható, regresszív

turkish
gerileyen, regresif, gerici, azalan oranlı, azalan

greek
οπισθοδρομικός, οπισθοδρομική, φθίνον, οπισθοδρομικές, φθίνοντα

ukrainian
регресувати, повернення, регрес, занепад

albanian
regresiv, regresive, e regresive, prapavajtës

bulgarian
регресивен, регресивна, регресивно, регресивни, регресионен

belarusian
рэгрэсіўны, ЗАДАЧЫ, няроўнасці, рэгрэсыўны

estonian
regressiivne

croatian
nazadan, regresivan

icelandic
dvínandi, afturför, stigminnkandi

lithuanian
regresyvus, regresinė, regresyvi, regresiniu būdu, regresyvia

latvian
regresīvs, regresīva, regresīvi, regresīvas, regresīvā

macedonian
регресивни, регресивен, регресивна, регресивните, регресивно

romanian
regresiv, regresivă, regresive, regresiva, regres

slovenian
regresivní

slovak
spätný, opätovný, spätné, spätného, opakovaný

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The meaning and "use of": regressive

adjective
  • becoming less advanced; returning to a former or less developed state.
  • (of a tax) taking a proportionally greater amount from those on lower incomes.
  • proceeding from effect to cause or from particular to universal.

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