retrospect

  • 1Retrospect — ПО для резервного копирования, изначально выпускалось под маркой EMC, Dantz, имеет более чем тридцатилетнюю историю [1]. Сейчас выпускается под контролем корпорации Rovi Corporation под маркой Roxio (roxio.com). Версия 7.5 от еще EMC вышла в 2007 …

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  • 2retrospect — ► NOUN ▪ a survey or review of a past course of events or period of time. ● in retrospect Cf. ↑in retrospect DERIVATIVES retrospection noun …

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  • 3Retrospect — Re tro*spect, v. i. [L. retrospicere; retro back + specere, spectum, to look. See {Spy}, and cf. {Expect}.] To look backward; hence, to affect or concern what is past. [1913 Webster] It may be useful to retrospect to an early period. A. Hamilton …

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  • 4Retrospect — Re tro*spect, n. A looking back on things past; view or contemplation of the past. Cowper. [1913 Webster] We may introduce a song without retrospect to the old comedy. Landor. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5retrospect — [re′trə spekt΄] n. [< L retrospectus, pp. of retrospicere, to look back < retro , back + specere, to look: see SPY] a looking back on or thinking about things past; contemplation or survey of the past vi. Rare to look back in thought or… …

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  • 6Retrospect — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Metalcore, Alternative Rock, Emo, Post Hardcore Gründung 2000 Website …

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  • 7retrospect — I noun afterthought, contemplation of the past, hindsight, looking back, memory, recall, recapitulation, recollection, reconsideration, reexamination, remembrance, rememoration, reminiscence, respectus, retentive memory, review, survey, thoughts… …

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  • 8retrospect — c.1600, from L. retrospectum, pp. of retrospicere look back, from retro back (see RETRO (Cf. retro )) + specere look at (see SCOPE (Cf. scope) (1)) …

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  • 9retrospect — [n] afterthought hindsight, recollection, reconsideration, reexamination, remembering, remembrance, reminiscence, retrospection, review, revision, survey; concepts 17,40,410 Ant. forethought, prophesy, prospect …

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  • 10retrospect — /re treuh spekt /, n. 1. contemplation of the past; a survey of past time, events, etc. 2. in retrospect, in looking back on past events; upon reflection: It was, in retrospect, the happiest day of her life. v.i. 3. to look back in thought; refer …

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  • 11retrospect — [[t]re̱trəspekt[/t]] PHRASE: PHR with cl When you consider something in retrospect, you think about it afterwards, and often have a different opinion about it from the one that you had at the time. In retrospect, I wish that I had thought about… …

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  • 12retrospect — noun (U) in retrospect thinking back to a time in the past, especially with the advantage of knowing more now than you did then: In retrospect, it was the wrong time to set up a new company. | My teenage years seem happier in retrospect than they …

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  • 13retrospect — Synonyms and related words: afterthought, bring back, bring to mind, call back, call to mind, call up, cite, commitment to memory, conjure up, evoke, exercise of memory, flashback, go back, go back over, hark back, hindsight, learning by heart,… …

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  • 14retrospect — n. in retrospect * * * [ retrəspekt] in retrospect …

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  • 15retrospect — ret|ro|spect [ˈretrəspekt] n [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: retro + spect (as in prospect)] in retrospect thinking back to a time in the past, especially with the advantage of knowing more now than you did then ▪ In retrospect, I wonder if we should… …

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  • 16retrospect — ret|ro|spect [ retrouspekt ] noun in retrospect considering something that happened in the past, using knowledge or information that you did not have at that time: In retrospect, we should never have allowed that to happen …

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  • 17retrospect — [ˈretrəʊˌspekt] noun in retrospect used for saying that, when you think about a situation in the past, you would have done something differently if you had known then what you know now[/ex] In retrospect, I should have told her the truth.[/ex] …

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  • 18retrospect — /ˈrɛtrəspɛkt / (say retruhspekt) noun 1. contemplation of the past; a survey of past time, events, etc. –verb (i) 2. Rare to look back in thought. –verb (t) 3. Rare to look back upon, contemplate, or think of (something past). –phrase 4. in… …

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  • 19retrospect — 1. noun /ˈrɛtroˌspɛkt/ consideration of past times My mind, calmer and stronger now than last night, made for itself some imperious rules, prohibiting under deadly penalties all weak retrospect of happiness past; commanding a patient journeying… …

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  • 20retrospect — noun a survey or review of a past course of events or period of time. Phrases in retrospect when looking back on a past event or situation; with hindsight. Derivatives retrospection noun Origin C17: from retro , on the pattern of prospect …

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