progressive

  • 1 Progressive — is an adjectival form of progress and may refer to:Politics* Progressivism, a political movement/ideology with origins in early 20th century America * Progressive Era, period of reform in the United States lasting from the 1890s through the 1920s …

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  • 2 Progressive — La musique progressive est un nom donné à une certaine approche de la composition musicale qui a été appliquée à différents genres musicaux. La terminologie de musique progressive correspond aux évolutions d un genre musical soit par l innovation …

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  • 3 Progressive — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para los distintos géneros musicales progresivos, véase música progresiva. El progressive un género musical de música electrónica. El término suele confundirse con la música progresiva. A comienzos de los años… …

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  • 4 progressive — pro‧gres‧sive [prəˈgresɪv] adjective 1. happening or changing over a period of time, and often becoming worse: • The results reflect the progressive collapse of sales of the company s high end computers. 2. approving supporting new or modern… …

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  • 5 Progressive — Pro*gress ive, a. [Cf. F. progressif.] [1913 Webster] 1. Moving forward; proceeding onward; advancing; evincing progress; increasing; as, progressive motion or course; opposed to {retrograde}. [1913 Webster] 2. Improving; as, art is in a… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 Progressive — Мини альбом Haggard Дата выпуска 1994 Жанр мелодичный дэт метал Длительность 22:33 Лейбл нет …

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  • 7 progressive — [prō gres′iv, prəgres′iv] adj. [MFr progressif < ML progressivus < L progressus: see PROGRESS] 1. moving forward or onward 2. continuing by successive steps [a progressive decline] 3. of, or concerned with, progression 4. designating a tax… …

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  • 8 progressive — pro·gres·sive adj: increasing in rate as the base increases a progressive tax Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. progressive …

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  • 9 progressive — (adj.) c.1600, characterized by advancement (in action, character, etc.), from PROGRESS (Cf. progress) + IVE (Cf. ive). Of taxation, from 1889; of jazz, from 1947. Meaning characterized by striving for change and innovation, avant garde, liberal… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 10 progressive — *liberal, advanced, radical Antonyms: reactionary …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 11 progressive — [adj] liberal; growing accelerating, advanced, advancing, avant garde*, bleeding heart*, broad, broad minded, continuing, continuous, developing, dynamic, enlightened, enterprising, escalating, forward looking, go ahead*, gradual, graduated,… …

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  • 12 progressive — ► ADJECTIVE 1) proceeding gradually or in stages. 2) favouring innovation or social reform. 3) (of tax) increasing as a proportion of the sum taxed as that sum increases. 4) (of a card game or dance) involving successive changes of partner. 5)… …

    English terms dictionary

  • 13 progressive — progressively, adv. progressiveness, progressivity /proh gre siv i tee/, n. /preuh gres iv/, adj. 1. favoring or advocating progress, change, improvement, or reform, as opposed to wishing to maintain things as they are, esp. in political matters …

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  • 14 progressive — [[t]prəgre̱sɪv[/t]] progressives 1) ADJ GRADED Someone who is progressive or has progressive ideas has modern ideas about how things should be done, rather than traditional ones. ...a progressive businessman who had voted for Roosevelt in 1932… …

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  • 15 progressive — I UK [prəʊˈɡresɪv] / US [prəˈɡresɪv] adjective ** 1) a) supporting social and political change that aims to make a system fairer a progressive tax system an alliance of progressive forces b) progressive education aims to help children to develop… …

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  • 16 progressive — pro|gres|sive1 [ prə gresıv ] adjective ** 1. ) supporting social and political change that aims to make a system fairer: a small progressive liberal party an alliance of progressive forces a ) progressive education aims to help children to… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 17 Progressive — Der englische Begriff Progressive bezeichnet verschiedene Musikrichtungen: Progressive House Progressive Jazz Progressive Rock Progressive Metal Progressive Techno Progressive Trance bei Videobildern / Fernsehbildern: das Gegenteil von… …

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  • 18 progressive — pro|gres|sive1 [prəˈgresıv] adj 1.) supporting new or modern ideas and methods, especially in politics and education ▪ a progressive administration ▪ progressive and forward looking policies 2.) happening or developing gradually over a period of… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 progressive — pro•gres•sive [[t]prəˈgrɛs ɪv[/t]] adj. 1) gov advocating progress or reform, esp. in political and social matters 2) employing or advocating more liberal ideas, new methods, etc.: a progressive community[/ex] 3) noting or characterized by… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 20 progressive — ● progressif, progressive adjectif Qui se fait par degrés, de manière régulière et continue : Amélioration progressive. Qui augmente, croît peu à peu, régulièrement : Remboursements progressifs d un crédit. ● progressif, progressive (expressions) …

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