What is a progressive
The adjective progressive means both "progressive" (in the sense of modern) and "progressive, increasing".
In the first meaning of the word, you can describe things and facts that correspond to the latest state of affairs, present new ideas, are particularly modern, possibly even break with the old, especially in the political or artistic sense.
In the second meaning of the word, processes can be described as progressive, which develop continuously and without significant deviations in a certain direction. In this way, worsening disease courses are characterized, particularly in the medical context.
The term has its origin in Latin, wo progressus "Progress, progress" means.
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Phonetic transcription (IPA):[pʁoɡʁɛˈsiːf]
The progressive The ensemble's style was not for everyone, as it broke with many well-tried elements of pop music.
On the one hand she appealed to traditions, on the other hand she found her in particular progressive Approaches great attention.
Even in the case of Alzheimer's, it usually comes to one progressive Course of the disease that can at best be delayed with therapeutic measures.
Grammar and inflection
|progressive||more progressive||most progressive|
|Feminine||progressive||more progressive||more progressive||progressive|
|Masculine||the progressive||of the progressive||the progressive||the progressive|
|Feminine||the progressive||the progressive||the progressive||the progressive|
|neuter||the progressive||of the progressive||the progressive||the progressive|
|Plural||the progressive||the progressive||the progressive||the progressive|
|Masculine||not a progressive one||none progressive||not a progressive one||not progressive|
|Feminine||no progressive||none progressive||none progressive||no progressive|
|neuter||no progressive||none progressive||not a progressive one||no progressive|
|Plural||no progressives||none progressive||not progressive||no progressives|
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