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  1. backtrack

    • IPA[ˈbaktrak]


    • v.
      retrace one's steps;reverse one's previous position or opinion
    • verb: backtrack, 3rd person present: backtracks, gerund or present participle: backtracking, past tense: backtracked, past participle: backtracked

    • 釋義
    • v.
    • 1. retrace one's steps:

      Marilyn backtracked and went down into the basement

    • 2. reverse one's previous position or opinion:

      the unions have had to backtrack on their demands

    • 3. pursue, trace, or monitor:

      he was able to backtrack the buck to a ridge nearby

    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[ˈbakˌtrak]


    • v.
      retrace one's steps:
    • she had to bypass two closer farms and backtrack to them later

      to backtrack a little, the case is a complex one

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