Nouns (52)

retirarse, retroceso, retroceder
n. the withdrawal of the clergy and choir from the chancel to the vestry at the end of a church service
resultado contraproducente, retroceso, rechazo, rebote
n. a miscalculation that recoils on its maker
reversión, regresión, retroceso, vuelta
n. translation back into the original language; "the teacher translated Latin texts into English which he gave to his students for retroversion"
retroceso, reculada, culatazo, repercusión, contragolpe, rechazo, rebote
n. a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration; "he is still on the rebound from his wife's death"
repugnante, retroceso, rechazamiento, repulsión, rechazo, rebote
n. the act of repulsing or repelling an attack; a successful defensive stand
retirarse, retroceso, retroceder
n. the act of ceding back
retroceso, reculada, culatazo, contragolpe, rechazo
n. the backward jerk of a gun when it is fired
retroceso, degeneración
n. passing from a more complex to a simpler biological form
recesión, regresión, retroceso, vuelta, pérdida
n. gradual decline in amount or activity; "weight loss"; "a serious loss of business"
peoría, empeoramiento, agudizamiento, agudización, agravamiento, deterioro, recrudecimiento, retroceso, agravación, bajón, degradación
n. changing something with the result that it becomes worse
Retroceso
n. [the act or process of moving back]
retroceso
n. method used in programming to find all possible ways of proving a goal

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Fuzzynyms (41)

tic, tic nervioso
n. raising a weight from shoulder height to above the head by straightening the arms
patada
n. a rhythmic thrusting movement of the legs as in swimming or calisthenics; "the kick must be synchronized with the arm movements"; "the swimmer's kicking left a wake behind him"
pujanza, fuerza
n. physical energy or intensity; "he hit with all the force he could muster"; "it was destroyed by the strength of the gale"; "a government has not the vitality and forcefulness of a living man"
carencia, insuficiencia, deficiencia, defecto
n. lack of an adequate quantity or number; "the inadequacy of unemployment benefits"
atrofia
n. any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
enervación, debilitamiento, debilitación, desmadejamiento, agotamiento
n. serious weakening and loss of energy
chasco, fiasco, fracaso
n. an event that fails badly or is totally ineffectual; "the first experiment was a real turkey"; "the meeting was a dud as far as new business was concerned"
escotadura, abollón, abolladura, hoyo, bollo, mella, marca
n. the act of cutting into an edge with toothlike notches or angular incisions
quiebra, hundimiento, fracaso
n. a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures)
regresión
n. the relation between selected values of x and observed values of y (from which the most probable value of y can be predicted for any value of x)
declinación, menguante, mengua, descenso, disminución
n. a gradual decrease; as of stored charge or current
desintegración, disolución, disgregación
n. the process of going into solution; "the dissolving of salt in water"
corrupción
n. decay of matter (as by rot or oxidation)
degeneración
n. the process of declining from a higher to a lower level of effective power or vitality or essential quality
bancarrota, quiebra
n. inability to discharge all your debts as they come due; "the company had to declare bankruptcy"; "fraudulent loans led to the failure of many banks"

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reconquistar, reconquista, recobro, recuperar, recuperación
n. the act of regaining or saving something lost (or in danger of becoming lost)

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