Simple Definition of remission
: a period of time during a serious illness when the patient's health improves
: the act of reducing or canceling the amount of money that you owe
: the reduction of a prison sentence
Examples of remission in a sentence
The patient is in remission.
a temporary remission of symptoms
He was given remission for good behavior.
First Known Use of remission
Rhymes with remission
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REMISSION Defined for Kids
Definition of remission for Students
: a period of time during a serious illness when there are few or no symptoms
Legal Definition of remission
: the act or process of remitting
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