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  1. regression

    • IPA[rəˈɡreSH(ə)n]

    美式

    • n.
      a return to a former or less developed state;a return to an earlier stage of life or a supposed previous life, especially through hypnosis or mental illness, or as a means of escaping present anxieties
    • noun: regression, plural noun: regressions

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a return to a former or less developed state:

      it is easy to blame unrest on economic regression

    • 2. a return to an earlier stage of life or a supposed previous life, especially through hypnosis or mental illness, or as a means of escaping present anxieties:

      regression therapy

    • 3. a lessening of the severity of a disease or its symptoms:

      he seemed able to produce a regression in this disease

    • 4. a measure of the relation between the mean value of one variable (e.g. output) and corresponding values of other variables (e.g. time and cost).
    • n. a period of time during which a baby stops sleeping as well as previously, typically one that appears to occur at a particular stage in the baby's development:

    • my wife and I had been up pretty much all night due to our son being in the midst of a horrible sleep regression

      the four-month sleep regression is a thing that nobody told me about

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    • n. a period of time during which a baby stops sleeping as well as previously, typically one that appears to occur at a particular stage in the baby's development:

    • my wife and I had been up pretty much all night due to our son being in the midst of a horrible sleep regression

      the four-month sleep regression is a thing that nobody told me about

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    • IPA[rɪˈɡrɛʃ(ə)n]

    英式

    • n.
      a return to a former or less developed state:
    • it is easy to blame unrest on economic regression

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