from The Century Dictionary.
- To render worse; injure the quality of.
- To grow worse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb rare To make worse; -- the opposite of
- intransitive verb To grow worse; to deteriorate.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb transitive, rare to make something
- verb intransitive, rare to
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We don't do education well and the way we are doing it continues to disimprove.
At least you can actually download, disimprove and compile
In the subgroup of patients amongst which this set of genes appears as regulated, it was shown that, although these patients initially responded to treatment, they were the ones who with greater frequency subsequently suffered relapse, disimprove and present the worst prognosis and survival rates.
An unavoidable question in Intensive Medical Care is how many improve or recover the quality of life they had prior to admission to an Intensive Medical Care Unit (ICU) and how many disimprove and to what degree.