Retroactively \Re`tro*act"ive*ly\, adv. In a retroactive manner. [1913 Webster]

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  • retroactively — adverb see retroactive …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • retroactively — See retroactive. * * * …   Universalium

  • retroactively — retrəʊ æktɪvlɪ adv. in the manner of taking effect on a past date …   English contemporary dictionary

  • retroactively — ret·ro·actively …   English syllables

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  • retroactively — /ˌretrəυ æktɪvli/ adverb going back to a time in the past …   Dictionary of banking and finance

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