retrospectively


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ret·ro·spec·tive

 (rĕt′rə-spĕk′tĭv)
adj.
1. Looking back on, contemplating, or directed to the past.
2. Looking or directed backward.
3. Applying to or influencing the past; retroactive.
4. Of, relating to, or being a retrospective: a retrospective art exhibition.
n.
An exhibition or performance of works produced by an artist over a considerable period.

ret′ro·spec′tive·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.retrospectively - in a manner contemplative of past events; "retrospectively, he seems like a great artist"
Translations

retrospectively

[ˌretrəʊˈspektɪvlɪ] ADV (gen) → retrospectivamente (Admin, Jur) → de modo retroactivo, con efecto retroactivo

retrospectively

[ˌrɛtrəˈspɛktɪvli] adv
(= in retrospect) → rétrospectivement
(= retroactively) → rétrospectivement

retrospectively

adv
actrückwirkend
(= in retrospect)rückblickend, im Nachhinein; to look retrospectively at somethingauf etw (acc)zurückblicken

retrospectively

[ˌrɛtrəʊˈspɛktɪvlɪ] advretrospettivamente
References in classic literature ?
We HAVE had lots of fun together one way or another," said Cecily, retrospectively.
Jaggers nodded his head retrospectively two or three times, and actually drew a sigh.
It-can't-be," muttered Sydney Carton, retrospectively, and idling his glass (which fortunately was a small one) again.
While speaking, Mrs Plornish shook her head, and wiped her eyes, and looked retrospectively about the room.
A draft Bill has now been released for public comment that will retrospectively remove time limitations to civil claims for damages for survivors of child sexual and physical abuse, in line with recommendations made by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
en an e The law has now been changed to make sure FAI will take place in the event of a serviceman's death in Scotland, but the change will not mean Ft Lt Poole's death in 2012 will be investigated retrospectively.
London: I think it is an extremely positive move by the Football Association to punish retrospectively players who dive, imposing two-match bans, in the new initiative that will see cheats subjected to trial by video.
THE Football Association have announced they will retrospectively punish players who dive from the start of the 2017-18 season.
Earlier, the body had recommended that the bill should be treated sector wise and noted that all sectors were ready to pay but not retrospectively.
Retrospectively stopping Labour members who joined the party in the last six months voting in the leadership election is nothing short of a stitch-up.
This order will retrospectively be implemented from July 1, 2016.
Material and Methods: Recorded data of medical relief efforts was retrospectively analysed using SPSS v 21.