Common misspellings for progression:
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Definition of progression:
- That state of a business which is neither the commencement nor the end. Some act doue after the matter has commenced, and before it is completed. Plowd. 343. Proliibetur ne quis faciat in suo quod nocere possit alieno. It is forbidden for any one to do or make on his own [ land] what may injure another's. 9 Coke, 59a.
- a movement forward; " he listened for the progress of the troops"
- Course; passage; lapse or process of time.
- A regular succession of tones or chords; the movement of the parts in harmony; the order of the modulations in a piece from key to key.
- The act of going forward; advancement; passage; also, lapse of time.
- 1. Advance. 2. The act of walking.
- Motion onward: progress: regular and gradual advance: increase or decrease of numbers or magnitudes according to a fixed law: ( music) a regular succession of chords or movement in harmony.
- The act of progressing; advancement.
- Motion onward; intellectual advance; course; passage; regular or proportional advance in increase or decrease of numbers; a regular succession of chords, or movement of the parts of a musical composition in harmony. Arithmetrical progression, increase by the addition or decrease by the subtraction of a constant quantity. Geometrical progression, increase by the multiplication or decrease by the division of a constant quantity.
- Regular and gradual advance in any sense; improvement; a proportional and regular increase or decrease in numbers or magnitudes- applied to arith. and geom. respectively; in music, a regular succession of chords, or their movement in harmony.