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progression

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprogressionpro‧gres‧sion /prəˈɡreʃən/ ●○○ noun  1 [singular, uncountable]CHANGE/BECOME DIFFERENT a gradual process of change or developmentprogression of the natural progression of the diseaseprogression through his career progression through the organizationprogression from/to the logical progression from accountant to financial controllerprogression towards Europe’s progression towards economic and monetary union2 ORDER/SEQUENCE[countable] a number of things coming one after the other arithmetic progression, geometric progression
Examples from the Corpus
progressionThey came as a progression, in discrete species pulses, one after the other.A binary progression is thus derived.The score trades in the familiar chord progressions, sticky rhythmic motives and unremitting polyphony.The mental progression from creativity to the perception of beauty is the essence of the peak experience.the river's progression toward the Gulf of MexicoInstead, there is a seamless progression from play lipstick to pierced ears to eye shadow by age 10.The exhibit is arranged to show the progression of Picasso's work.The progression from school to university is difficult for many students.The progression to cirrhosis in our patient occurred despite the lack of significant inflammation.Indeed, there is now little or none of the traditional progression or interweaving of rock climbing and other mountain activities.He believes, rather, that such abilities are acquired through a steady upward progression within a company.logical progressionWith hindsight, the emergence of any new branch of science seems inevitable, and its development a logical progression.So it is kinder to your audience if your shots follow a logical progression.There is, however a logical progression from present finance functions through to further developments.Does the shot form part of a logical progression within the group?Use a logical progression or a system radiating out from a central base.Extending our name to accessories is a natural and logical progression.This would be the next logical progression in the organisation of caring services in Britain.The logical progression was for Wiwa to continue his father's struggle.
From Longman Business Dictionaryprogressionpro‧gres‧sion /prəˈgreʃən/ noun [uncountable] gradual development and improvement over a period of timeThe typical career progression includes two years of technical training.
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