regress, reasoning backward(noun)
the reasoning involved when you assume the conclusion is true and reason backward to the evidence
regression, regress, reversion, retrogression, retroversion(verb)
returning to a former state
infantile fixation, lapse, simple regression, reversal, regression toward the mean, fixation, turnaround, arrested development, relapsing, retrogression, retroflection, reasoning backward, backsliding, lapsing, throwback, regression, reverse, atavism, turnabout, reverting, relapse, statistical regression, retroversion, degeneration, reversion, retroflexion
go back to a statistical means
revert, return, retrovert, regress, turn back(verb)
go back to a previous state
"We reverted to the old rules"
reelect, bring back, drive off, retrovert, return, retrograde, reverse, deliver, hold back, recall, refund, hark back, give back, rejoin, invert, drive out, devolve, repay, turn back, come back, relapse, retort, fall, riposte, recidivate, fall back, give, drive away, take back, stop, pass, render, retrogress, lapse, arrest, yield, chase away, dispel, contain, double back, generate, revert, backtrack, run off, check
regress, retrograde, retrogress(verb)
get worse or fall back to a previous condition
relapse, lapse, recidivate, regress, retrogress, fall back(verb)
go back to bad behavior
"Those who recidivate are often minor criminals"
go along, lapse, slip away, recidivate, backslide, retrogress, lag, retrovert, elapse, dawdle, revert, fall back, fall behind, sink, lose, glide by, retrograde, resort, pass, return, slide by, recede, drop off, relapse, slip by, go by, get worse, recur, turn back
To move backwards to an earlier stage; to devolve.
What is the progress or regress of man?
To perform a regression on an explanatory variable.
When we regress Y on X, we use the values of variable X to predict those Y.
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I don't think it's fair to expect countries to have perfect transitions overnight, or maybe even in 24 years (since Soviet disintegration in the region, in 1991). But I do think it's fair to expect them to not regress significantly.
It is not the literal past that rules us, save, possibly, in a biological sense. It is images of the past. Each new historical era mirrors itself in the picture and active mythology of its past or of a past borrowed from other cultures. It tests its sense of identity, of regress or new achievement against that past.
The past year, I would argue, has been the worst on record for human rights in Azerbaijan since the breakup of the Soviet Union, i don't think it's fair to expect countries to have perfect transitions overnight, or maybe even in 24 years (since Soviet disintegration in the region, in 1991). But I do think it's fair to expect them to not regress significantly.
Nothing exists forever in one shape or another. You say existence – you say transformation, evolution and regress.
You never want to see the data regress, but we remain optimistic that we're still on a long-term upward trajectory.
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