setback

setback
1. n задержка; препятствие
2. n эк. регресс; спад

setback in production — спад производства

3. n эк. понижение; понижение цен
4. n эк. воен. отход, отступление
5. n эк. неудача

to suffer a setback — потерпеть неудачу

suffer a setback — терпеть неудачу

suffered a setback — терпел неудачу

suffering a setback — терпящий неудачу

6. n эк. рецидив

he had a setback — у него был рецидив, ему стало хуже

7. n эк. амер. маленький водоворот
8. n эк. архит. отступ

we searched the setback below the windows — мы обыскали нишу под окнами

9. n эк. реверс, движение назад
Синонимический ряд:
reversal (noun) backset; check; delay; difficulty; hindrance; impediment; reversal; reverse

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  • setback — set‧back [ˈsetbæk] noun [countable] something that delays the progress or development of a plan, activity etc or makes things worse than they were before: • The company suffered a setback when it lost a bid to become the partner in a new venture …   Financial and business terms

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  • Setback — may have the following meanings:* a problem * Setback (land use), the distance a structure must be from the edge of a lot * Setback (architecture), making upper storeys of a high rise further back than the lower ones for aesthetic, structural, or …   Wikipedia

  • Setback — Set back (s[e^]t b[a^]k ), n. 1. (Arch.) Offset, n., 4. [1913 Webster] 2. A backset; a countercurrent; an eddy. [U. S.] [1913 Webster] 3. A reversal of progress in an endeavor; a reverse; a backset; a check; a repulse; a relapse. [Colloq. U.S.]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • setback — (n.) 1670s, reversal, check to progress, from SET (Cf. set) (v.) + BACK (Cf. back) (adv.). Meaning space between a building and a property line is from 1916. To set (someone) back cost is from 1900 …   Etymology dictionary

  • setback — [n] disappointment about face*, backset, bath*, blow, bottom, check, comedown, defeat, delay, difficulty, drawing board*, flipflop*, hindrance, hitch*, hold up, impediment, misfortune, obstacle, rebuff, regress, regression, reversal, reversal of… …   New thesaurus

  • setback — ► NOUN ▪ a reversal or check in progress …   English terms dictionary

  • setback — [set′bak΄] n. 1. a reversal, check, or interruption in progress; relapse; upset 2. an upper part of a wall or building set back to form a steplike section 3. PITCH2 (n. 8) …   English World dictionary

  • setback — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ temporary ▪ early, initial ▪ big, huge, major, serious, severe, significant …   Collocations dictionary

  • setback — n. 1) to have, receive, suffer a setback 2) a serious; unexpected setback 3) a business; diplomatic; financial; military; personal; political; professional setback * * * [ setbæk] diplomatic financial military personal political professional… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • setback — UK [ˈsetˌbæk] / US noun [countable] Word forms setback : singular setback plural setbacks a problem that delays or that stops progress or makes a situation worse setback for: Falling share prices may be another setback for the troubled economy.… …   English dictionary


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