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Meaning of “progressive” - Learner’s Dictionary

progressive

noun     /prəʊˈɡresɪv/
the progressive the form of the verb that is used to show that an action is continuing. In English, the progressive is made with 'be' and the present participle.Verb forms, tenses and types of verbs
Translations of “progressive”
in Chinese (Traditional) 支持進步政策者, 改革派人士…
in Chinese (Simplified) 支持进步政策者, 改革派人士…
(Definition of progressive noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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