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reĀ·gresĀ·sion

[ri-gresh-uhn]

NOUN

1.

the act of going back to a previous place or state; return or reversion.

2.

retrogradation; retrogression.

3.

Biology. reversion to an earlier or less advanced state or form or to a common or general type.

4.

Psychoanalysis. the reversion to a chronologically earlier or less adapted pattern of behavior and feeling.

5.

a subsidence of a disease or its manifestations: a regression of symptoms.

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