After two years of remission, Japan seems likely to sink back into the “chronic disease” of deflation, as Haruhiko Kuroda, the governor of the Bank of Japan (BoJ), calls it http://econ.st/1MSXULb
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Definition of remissionnoun
Origin:Middle English: from Old French, or from Latin remissio(n-), from remittere 'send back, restore' (see remit)
noun [C or U] FORMAL
a period of time when an illness is less severe:
Her cancer has been in remission for several years.
See also remission at remit (REDUCE).
Definition of remitverb
Pronunciation: /rɪˈmɪt/(remits, remitting, remitted) [with object]
Pronunciation: /ˈriːmɪt, rɪˈmɪt/
Origin:late Middle English: from Latin remittere 'send back, restore', from re- 'back' + mittere 'send'. The noun dates from the early 20th century
v., -mit·ted, -mit·ting, -mits. v.tr.
- To transmit (money) in payment.
- To refrain from exacting (a tax or penalty, for example); cancel.
- To pardon; forgive: remitted their sins.
- To restore to a former condition or position.
- To refer (a case) to another court for further consideration or action.
- To refer (a matter) to a committee or authority for decision.
- To allow to slacken: The storm remitted its fury.
- To desist from; give up.
- To put off; postpone.
- To transmit money.
- To diminish; abate.
- The act of remitting, especially the referral of a case to another court.
- A matter remitted for further consideration.
[Middle English remitten, to send back, from Latin remittere : re-, re- + mittere, to send.]remitment re·mit'ment n.
remittable re·mit'ta·ble adj.
remitter re·mit'ter n.
v. tr. - 寬恕, 免除, 赦免
v. intr. - 緩和, 匯款, 減輕
n. - 移交的事物
v. - 免除する, 軽減する, 送る, 送金する, 付託する
n., pl., -ries.
- Violent anger; rage. See synonyms at anger.
- Violent, uncontrolled action; turbulence.
- Furies Greek & Roman Mythology. The three terrible winged goddesses with serpentine hair, Alecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone, who pursue and punish doers of unavenged crimes.
- A woman regarded as angry or spiteful.
[Middle English furie, from Old French, from Latin furia, from furere, to rage.]
1 [U][C]激怒, 憤激；激情
in a fury
much to a person's fury ［＝much to the fury of a person］
fly ［get］ into a fury
2 [U][C]（あらし・波・戦争・病・行動などの）激しさ, 猛烈さ((of))；猛威, 凶暴（性）, 狂暴
the fury of the storm
((略式))猛烈に, 激しく, やたらに
((略式))猛烈に, 激しく, やたらに
attack with fury
3 ((the Furies))《ギリシャ神話》3人姉妹の復讐(ふくしゅう)の女神(Eumenides).
4 狂暴な人；（特に）狂暴な女, 鬼女.
5 怨念(おんねん)；苦もん.［古フランス語←ラテン語furia （furrere怒る）］
- re • fer
- referred (過去形) • referred (過去分詞) • referring (現在分詞) • refers (三人称単数現在)
- refer to drawer, （全1件）
[動]（〜red, 〜・ring）(他)［refer A to B］
1 〈A（人）をB（人・場所・参考書など）に〉差し向ける, 照会させる, 行って聞けと言う, 〈A（人）にB（本など）を〉調べさせる, 参照［留意］させる
2 〈A（問題など）をB（人・委員会）に〉委託する, 任せる, ゆだねる
3 〈A（物・事）をBに〉帰する, 属している［関係している］ものとみなす（▼この意味ではattributeのほうが普通）；〈A（物・事）をBの〉せいにする
━━(自)［refer to A］
1 〈A（人・物・事）に〉言及する, 触れる, 〈Aを〉引き合いに出す, 引用する, 〈Aを〉（…と）言う, 呼ぶ((as ...)), 〈物が〉表す, 意味する. ⇒ALLUDE
2 （人の能力・性格などについて）〈A（人）に〉問い合わせる, 照会する
4 〈事が〉〈A（人・物・事）に〉関係［関連］する, 当てはまる, 指示する
refer to drawer《商業》（手形で）振出人回し（略：R/D）.
[名][U][C]((形式))委託, 付託, 紹介, 推薦；委託（など）された人［事］
a referral of the matter to experts
referrals from other physicians