Verb(1) move backward in an orbit, of celestial bodies(2) move in a direction contrary to the usual one(3) move back(4) go back over(5) get worse or fall back to a previous condition
Adjective(1) moving from east to west on the celestial sphere; or--for planets--around the sun in a direction opposite to that of the Earth(2) of amnesia; affecting time immediately preceding trauma(3) going from better to worse(4) moving or directed or tending in a backward direction or contrary to a previous direction
(1) Keep in mind that I crashed my car and got retrograde amnesia or something.(2) All six are retrograde orbits with inclinations greater than 90 degrees.(3) Before Copernicus formulated his theory, retrograde planetary motions were just ├ö├ç├┐facts├ö├ç├û.(4) American doctrinal thought exhibited a certain retrograde character during the years before the Civil War.(5) You don't need to be a usability expert to see that this is a retrograde step.(6) It should come as no surprise that his approach is deemed politically retrograde and unacceptable.(7) Speckle tracking in migrating cells with retrograde flow had turned out to be more challenging.(8) This newest version is both progressive and retrograde .(9) Would this, in the eyes of the Government, be a retrograde step?(10) It seemed to stand for everything that was most retrograde and irrelevant.(11) It has an odd, retrograde rotation so slow that one Venus day is around 250 Earth days long.(12) Maybe it's old-fashioned, retrograde , romantic, but I would tend to draw a distinction between an author's decision to create a novel and a studio's decision to option it for adaptation.(13) There is a retrograde filtration process where only certain films made east of the Bosphorous and south of the Equator actually make it back to a critiquing European audience, creating a sort of sampling bias.(14) Closing small rural primary schools is a retrograde step, " said Deputy Ring.(15) Theirs was no retrograde revival of past styles, but a reworking of Giotto and the Italian primitives through a modernist lens, specifically, the ironic classicism of Giorgio de Chirico.(16) The larger impact sites have prompted speculation that collisions in Phoebe's past could have blasted off enough material to have formed Saturn's smaller retrograde moons.
(1) retrograde amnesia :: 逆行性健忘
1. for the worse ::
2. backward ::
3. retral ::
4. retrogressive ::
5. rehash ::
6. regress ::
7. retreat ::
1. contemporary ::
2. current ::
3. hot ::
4. mod ::
5. modern ::
Different Formsretrograde, retrograded, retrogrades, retrograding
English to Japanese Dictionary: retrograde
Meaning and definitions of retrograde, translation in Japanese language for retrograde with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of retrograde in Japanese and in English language.
Tags for the entry "retrograde"
What retrograde means in Japanese, retrograde meaning in Japanese, retrograde definition, examples and pronunciation of retrograde in Japanese language.