Significado de “relapse” - Diccionario inglés

relapse en inglés británico

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relapseverb [ I ]

uk /rɪˈlæps/ us /rɪˈlæps/ formal

relapsenoun [ C ]

uk /ˈriː.læps/ us /ˈriː.læps/ formal

If someone who is getting better after an illness has a relapse, they become ill again:

She was looking quite healthy on Friday, but she had/suffered a relapse over the weekend and was taken back into hospital.

(Definición de relapse de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

relapse en inglés americano

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relapseverb [ I ]

us /rɪˈlæps/

to return to a previous bad condition or a worse way of life after making an improvement:

She briefly relapsed twice after being released from the hospital.

relapsenoun [ C ]

us /rɪˈlæps, ˈri·læps/

(Definición de relapse de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

relapse en inglés de negocios

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relapseverb [ I ]

uk /rɪˈlæps/ us

to get worse after a successful period or after increasing in value:

A leading commodities analyst said it thought economic conditions in the US would relapse in the coming months.
If interest rates are set too high, the country may well relapse into recession.

relapsenoun [ S ]

uk /rɪˈlæps, ˈriːlæps/ us

a situation in which something gets worse after a successful period or in which prices go down after increasing in value:

Shares of the UK's leading chemicals manufacturer have suffered another relapse in the past week.

(Definición de relapse de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)