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Retrospect 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 3

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Retrospect 1100 Words You Need

Retrospect 1100 Words You Need Week 27 Day 3

/ˈret.rəʊ.spekt/ (noun)

thinking about the past, looking backward, the remembering of the past events, recollection, survey, remembrance, review, reconsideration

“As a father, I had one thing to do and I failed,” he says, his voice faltering for the first time. “My son was dying in front of me and I couldn’t see it, despite my education, despite my devotion as a father… So you see this is coming from an incredible sense of guilt. I suppose what I’m trying to do is save my boy in retrospect. I stood next to his coffin in the church. It was packed with people – a shattered community – and I made him a public promise. I said that I would investigate what had happened to him and that I would seek reform for him, and on behalf of his generation.

“We’re losing so many people who would have gone on to contribute to society,” Mallen says. He wants a new focus on earlier intervention, in schools and homes and GP surgeries, to identify problems before they lead to crisis, and improvements in mental health literacy. “Edward existed in a family, in a friendship group, at a sixth-form college and nobody picked up what was happening to him,” he says. “Yet in retrospect when I think back, the signs were there.”

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Antonym: prospect

Adjective: retrospective

Adverb: retrospectively

Noun: retrospection

Farsi: شامل گذشته ، عطف بماسبق کننده ، نگاه به گذشته ، مسير قهقرايى ، پس نگرى ، پس نگرانه

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