- vi. 逆行，倒退；复归
- n. 回归；退回
- vt. 使…倒退
- regress (n.)
- late 14c., "act of going back," from Latin regressus "a return, retreat, a going back," noun use of past participle of regredi "to go back," from re- "back" (see re-) + gradi "to step, walk" (see grade (n.)).
- regress (v.)
- 1550s, "to return to a former state," from Latin regressus (see regress (n.)). Meaning "to move backward" is from 1823. The psychological sense of "to return to an earlier stage of life" is attested from 1926. Related: Regressed; regressing.
- 1. Many of the symptoms will regress or disappear.
- 2. The attempt leads to an infinite regress.
- 3. Another difficulty is the infinite regress generated by the view of Locke and many other philosophers.
- 4. The pediatrician suggested that these are usually asymptomatic and regress without treatment.
- 5. Every movement towards it is progress and every movement away is regress.
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