regress - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "regress" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

regress / регресс, возвращение, упадок
[rɪˈɡres]
[rɪˈɡres]
Перевод
имя существительное
регресс
regression, regress, retrogression, setback, retroversion, devolution
возвращение
return, retrieval, comeback, restitution, repatriation, regress
упадок
decline, decay, decadence, fall, collapse, regress
глагол
регрессировать
regress, retrogress, retrograde
двигаться обратно
regress
двигаться с востока на запад
regress
Определения
имя существительное
the action of returning to a former or less developed state.
I am really angry and upset about the ‘progress’, or should I say regress , going on there.
a series of statements in which a logical procedure is continually reapplied to its own result without approaching a useful conclusion (e.g., defining something in terms of itself).
But since the Theory requires that for any group of entities with a common property, there is a Form to explain the commonality, it appears that the theory does indeed give rise to the vicious regress .
глагол
return to a former or less developed state.
art has been regressing toward adolescence for more than a generation now
calculate the coefficient or coefficients of regression of (a variable) against or on another variable.
This type of analysis obtains estimates of main path coefficients by regressing each endogenous variable on those variables that directly impinge upon it.
move in a retrograde direction.
Примеры
But since the Theory requires that for any group of entities with a common property, there is a Form to explain the commonality, it appears that the theory does indeed give rise to the vicious regress .
Abandoning the delicate touches of their studio work, they regress with a storming set of balls-out rock, mixing the deft lyricism of Neil Young with the sheer power of Led Zeppelin.
Take Ronnie as an example of the progress or regress of the last however-long in music.
That being so, those sentences exhibit, after all, no signs of the feared regress .
It was common, she said, for children to regress , both behaviourally and academically.
So it looks as though internalist justifications are like irritatingly persistent children in that they give rise to an unending regress of reasons for reasons.
Invoking a ‘presumption’ is meant to prevent any such regress getting started.
Demea's argument is that nothing can exist without a cause, that the idea of an infinite regress of causes is absurd, and that the regress can be brought to an end only by there being an ultimate cause who necessarily exists.
a regress to the nursery
she claims to be able to regress to the Roman era