Italian translation of 'relapse'
ricadutato have a relapse
avere una ricaduta
to relapse (into)
avere una ricaduta
Example Sentences Including 'relapse'
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But sustaining the recovery will be very challenging and the risks of a relapse are high.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Around 50 per cent of people trying a more intensive exercise recovery programme experience a significant relapse.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Women with a history of mental health issues are at risk of relapse after giving birth.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
That is the reason my celebrity patients relapse.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Don't regularly exceed your daily energy allowance or you will risk relapse.M. E. Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome - How To Live With It (1989)
But part of recovery is relapse.The Sun (2007)
But the broke star knows it will be hard to get people to help out again after his relapse this week.The Sun (2014)
Counselling is important too or you risk a relapse again.The Sun (2015)
On my return home, I hid my relapse by not drinking.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The former EastEnder tearfully claimed she has taken only tiny amounts of the drug since a relapse in April.The Sun (2014)
There is a risk of a relapse.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This has been a Budget for relapse, not recovery.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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'relapse' in Other Languages
British English: relapse /ˈriːˌlæps/ NOUN
If someone has a relapse or if there is a relapse then that person starts to behave in a particular way again or a situation returns to how it was before.
...the threat of a relapse into a regional war.
- American English: relapse
- Arabic: اِنْتِكَاسَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: recaída
- Chinese: 复发
- Croatian: vratiti se na staro
- Czech: recidiva
- Danish: tilbagefald
- Dutch: terugval
- European Spanish: recaída
- Finnish: takapakki
- French: rechute
- German: Rückfall
- Greek: υποτροπή
- Italian: ricaduta
- Japanese: 逆戻り
- Korean: 퇴보
- Norwegian: tilbakefall
- Polish: nawrót
- European Portuguese: recaída
- Romanian: recădere
- Russian: повторение
- Spanish: recaída
- Swedish: återfall
- Thai: กลับสู่สภาพเดิม
- Turkish: eski haline dönmek
- Ukrainian: повторення
- Vietnamese: sự tái phát
British English: relapse VERB
If you say that someone relapses into a way of behaving that is undesirable, you mean that they start to behave in that way again.
I wish I did', he said, relapsing into his usual gloom.
Translation of relapse from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary