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intr.v. back·slid (-slĭd′), back·slid·ing, back·slides
To revert to bad habits or lapse in religious practice.
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vb, -slides, -sliding, -slid, -slid or -slidden
(intr) to lapse into bad habits or vices from a state of virtue, religious faith, etc
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v. -slid, -slid -slid•den, -slid•ing, v.i.
1. to relapse into bad habits, sinful behavior, or undesirable activities.n.
2. an instance of backsliding.
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Past participle: backslid
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|Verb||1.||backslide - drop to a lower level, as in one's morals or standards|
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verb relapse, slip, weaken, go wrong, stray, lapse, revert to old habits, fall back, degenerate, slip back to old ways, regress, go astray, retrogress Keep these things in mind to help prevent you from backsliding.
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backslide[ˈbækslaɪd] vi → retomber dans l'erreur
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vi. resbalar o caer hacia atrás.
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