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retrace your steps

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Synonyms for backtrack

retrace one's course

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Jail the entire family but we won't backtrack on the resolve to protect the Constitution.'
Mahathir was responding to the public's reaction to several backtracks made by the Malaysian government, one of which is the suspension of the National Higher Education Fund Corporation loan instalment scheme that was supposed to take effect on January 1.
The underlying concept behind BackTrack originated during Shakeshaft's time as a jackaroo in the Northern Territory, where he learned the art of catching dingoes from a group of Aboriginal elders.
Greece's central bank governor has warned the country not to backtrack on commitments to its lenders after it exits from bailouts.
Summary: Government backtracks a day after making announcement
BackTrack's experience with clients in the healthcare and manufacturing industries will allow GIS to expand its capabilities and customer relationships in these sectors.
PPP Senator Farhatullah Babar also said PPP wants the accountability of generals and judges and it is very unfortunate that the party backtrack at the last minute and agreeing that military and judiciary should not be made accountable.
Trump, who downplayed the risks of climate change on the campaign trail, would seem poised to backtrack on the commitment the US made in Paris to reduce carbon emissions 26 to 28 percent by 2025.
He said that all states and sides who made wrong bets regarding Syria and adopted illogical and non-political solutions must backtrack, and that there is no shame in backtracking; rather it constitutes a chance to view the crisis in Syria from a different angle and reach a political solution.
Jessie appeared to backtrack after she previously criticised the X Factor for relying on gimmicks during her time on The Voice.
Summary: Nigel Farage is "at war" with the Tories after David Cameron failed to backtrack on his 2006 claim that members were "closet racists".
REBECCA Ferguson's new single Backtrack comes out this weekend and she is also guesting on the X Factor on Sunday night.
Connie Hedegaard, the EU climate chief, said: "The world cannot afford that a few want to backtrack from what was agreed in Durban only five months ago.
Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, said she's "not going to backtrack" on her criticism of Gov.