Definition of 'remission'
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You've got no remission left, you can't watch television, you can't associate. THE SCAR (2002)I've had three lots and I've responded quite well each time, but unfortunately my remission period has been very short. RESCUING ROSE (2002)Prisoner 651304 Hughes had been awarded three months loss of remission, plus the removal of televisual privileges for six weeks. THE SCAR (2002)
These are the ones living a quiet desperation: The woman with cancer, seesawing in and out of remission. THE STAPLE STREET GANG: MANDY AND THE PURPLE SPOTTED HANKY (2002)
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Translations for 'remission'
British English: remission NOUN
If someone who has had a serious disease such as cancer is in remission or if the disease is in remission, the disease has been controlled so that they are not as ill as they were.
Brain scans have confirmed that the disease is in remission.
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