Definition of Backtracks

1. Verb. (third-person singular of backtrack) ¹



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Definition of Backtracks

1. backtrack [v] - See also: backtrack

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Backtracks

backtest
backtested
backtesting
backtests
backtick
backticks
backtrace
backtraced
backtraces
backtracing
backtrack
backtracked
backtracker
backtrackers
backtracking
backtracks (current term)
backup
backup file
backup man
backup rate
backup vocalist
backup vocals
backupable
backups
backveld
backvelds
backward
backward and forward
backward compatibility
backward compatible

Literary usage of Backtracks

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1. Tainted Harvest: Child Labor and Obstacles to Organizing on Ecuador's Banana by Carol Pier (2002)
"... director general of the organization, backtracks on Chiquita's commitment to ensure respect for labor rights on its third-party supplier plantations. ..."

2. In a Time of Torture: The Assault on Justice in Egypt's Crackdown on by Human Rights Watch (Organization)., Human Rights Watch (2004)
"Elsewhere in the work, however, he backtracks, referring to prostitution as "using the body to satisfy the lust of others, in return for a wage, ..."

3. News Writing, the Gathering, Handling and Writing of News Stories by Matthew Lyle Spencer (1917)
"... such as when the President spoke of the need of Name First Occasion Effect on Audience Circumstances and Place Story backtracks here Audience Reception ..."

4. Best Dives of the Caribbean by Joyce Huber (2006)
"Windwardside, St. John's, The Bottom - linked by a road (referred to simply as "The Road") that dips and soars, curves and backtracks like a giant roller ..."

5. Landscapes of Western Crete: A Countryside Guide by Jonnie Godfrey, Elizabeth Karslake (2002)
"First it backtracks diagonally. The route hems a field (on your right), passes a concrete WATER TROUGH, and then runs through a low broken wall, ..."

6. Adventure Guide to Provence & the Cote D'Azur by Ferne Arfin (2005)
"From the Chalet du Point Sublime, the GR4 follows the D952 and backtracks toward Castellane. • After 200 m/660 feet, it leaves the road for a path that ..."

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