backtrack

US [ˈbækˌtræk]
UK ['bæk.træk]
  • v.原路返回;折回;折返;(屈于压力而)改变声明(或主张)
  • Web回溯;走回头路;撤退
Simple Present:backtracks  Present Participle:backtracking  Past Tense:backtracked  
backtrack
v.
1.
[i]
原路返回;折回;折返to go back along the same route that you have just come along
2.
[i]
(屈于压力而)改变声明(或主张),出尔反尔;退缩to change an earlier statement, opinion or promise because of pressure from sb/sth

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