Definitions for "Progression"
The act of moving forward; a proceeding in a course; motion onward.
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 movement from one educational stage or developmental level to another.
A trend or shift toward a high, more severe state - increase of tumour size (opposite of regression).
principle of training that states that amount of work we do must be increased in gradual way for improvement to take place.
The act of gradually adding to the amount of resistance that you use in each exercise. Without consis-tent progression in your workouts, you won't overload your muscles sufficiently to promote optimum increases in hypertrophy.
Regular or proportional advance in increase or decrease of numbers; continued proportion, arithmetical, geometrical, or harmonic.
Progression is a time-relationship, between adjacent traffic signals, which allows vehicle platoons to be given a green signal as they pass through the sequence of intersections.
a finite sequence
The continuing growth of the cancer. Often used when discussing treatment failure. Also known as disease progression.
Stages after irreversible changes have taken place for cancerous growth.
A worsening of disease by the continued growth of cancer.
A moving up or down the hall that enables you to join a different set of four (or six in a triple minor dance).
Permission to proceed from one stage of a programme of study to the next stage.
Progression refers to your permission to move onto the next year of the programme. It is based upon the number of credits you have accumulated in each programme year and the compulsory and optional modules you have passed.
a surrogate endpoint for survival or disease-free survival in this patient population
Spreading or growing disease with or without treatment.
Term indicating continuing development of a malignancy or its reappearance after apparent disappearance after treatment.
a series with a definite pattern of advance
advancement of a disease.
The precise linear travel of the stock strip at each press stroke and is equal to the interstation distance. Also called pitch, advance, or feed.
a series of skill blocks which are related to each other to form a complete body of learning
The measurable improvements or development in learning or teaching that a learner or teacher has achieved.
Keywords:  lapse, passage, course, process, time
Course; passage; lapse or process of time.
Keywords:  swimming, sperm, speed, direction, top
Refers to the direction and speed with which the sperm are swimming. to top of page