Translation of retrogress in Spanish:


empeorar, v.

Pronunciation /ˌrɛtrəˈɡrɛs/ /ˌrɛtrə(ʊ)ˈɡrɛs/

Definition of empeorar in Spanish

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (get worse) empeorar
    (go back) retroceder
    • This proves that her determination to fight AIDS and to seek justice is retrogressing rapidly.
    • A lot of what is on our airwaves is not the kind of thing we want to institutionalise, and to not have a code, we think we have retrogressed.
    • Europe had retrogressed almost to a primitive way of life, wherein learning was preserved largely in the monasteries.
    • Society in the past 50 years has known an extremely one-sided development, with science and technology making great strides while social life and culture have stagnated and retrogressed.
    • Melanie let out a few barks, but slowly they retrogressed to a bitter growl.
    • His point was not that we should in fact retrogress, but that the future and the present can be imagined differently.
    • It's been struggling uphill some of time, and retrogressing much of the time, as well.
    • I do hope that we were able to retrogress you back into the man our daughter loved, not the tepid person you currently are.