Similar words: proactive, actively, retrospective, effectively, respectively, active transport, positively, relatively. Meaning: ['retrəʊ'æktɪvlɪ] adv. after the fact.
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1 The ruling should be applied retroactively.
2 On Jan. 23 a decree suspended import tariffs retroactively from Jan. 15 until the expected announcement of new tariffs on April 1.
3 The Commission can grant an exemption retroactively from the date of notification.
4 He will get paid retroactively.
5 The festival retroactively became the first Winter Olympics.
6 The cap won't apply retroactively.
7 LHP Andy Pettitte was retroactively placed on the 15-day DL. He is eligible to come off on Saturday.
8 Almost instantly, that free-market boom was retroactively reinterpreted; it became a disaster brought on by, you guessed it,(www.Sentencedict.com) excessive government intervention.
9 It isn't yet clear whether the new law can actually be applied retroactively.
10 Atlanta-based Delta, though, says it thinks collecting the tax retroactively will be up to the government.
11 The 11-day event, which included Nordic skiing, speed skating, figure skating, ice hockey and bobsledding, was a huge success and was retroactively called the first Olympic winter Games.
12 Travel pay former wound Jiangxi Lushan Mountain husband and wife retroactively!
13 Her fellow Democrats in Congress are trying to raise BP's liability retroactively—the sort of move America's courts rightly frown on.
14 Curb interest rate hikes by prohibiting credit card companies from retroactively jacking up rates on existing balances until the customer is 60 days behind on payments.
15 This 11-day event, which included skiing, speed skating, figure skating, ice hockey and bobsledding,[sentencedict.com] was a huge success and was retroactively called the first Olympic Winter Games.
16 Apparently some people in the music business hope to retroactively convert it away from publishing, by getting listeners to pay for subscriptions.
17 It is even possible for the business user to retroactively calculate history for a KPI in cases where the existing data can be re-analyzed over a period of time.
18 VIII. In case of offenses in violation of this decision, duly retroactively paid or confiscated property and fines shall be turned to the state coffers without any exception.
19 Dean-Smith, who is single, could have lost her business when her married partner died if the husband had not retroactively given his consent.
20 There is a lot of imperfection of the right of admitting retroactively, the right of interpellation and the right of withdrawal in legislations regulations, so they have to be perfected.
21 But the recent commercial apologies are especially risky. Some formerly satisfied customers or readers will be retroactively aggrieved.
22 They dialogue with the assemblers to anticipate their needs and add the appropriate services both retroactively and proactively.
23 Of the four cases of breast cancer in women who wore the testosterone patch, one had symptoms reported retroactively as starting before the treatment.
More similar words: proactive, actively, retrospective, effectively, respectively, active transport, positively, relatively, creatively, active, tentatively, alternatively, hyperactive, attractive, interactive, retract, lively, submissively, exclusively, activity, activist, deductive, detective, objective, subjective, perspective, protective, distinctive, productive, collective.