Definition of 'back out'
Example sentences containing 'back out'
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He doesn't want her back out of love, or out of his desperation to make a good album. DEAD BEAT (2002)He brushed it back out of his eyes, intrigued enough to say: `Yes, once. A NASTY DOSE OF DEATHHer lips twisted in wry acknowledgement, then she found reverse gear and let in the clutch to back out. THE ONLY GAME
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Translations for 'back out'
British English: back out /bæk aʊt/ VERB
If you back out, you decide not to do something that you previously agreed to do.
They backed out of the project.
- American English: back out
- Arabic: يَتَراجَعُ عَنْ
- Brazilian Portuguese: recuar
- Chinese: 收回
- Croatian: povući se
- Czech: odstoupit
- Danish: bakke ud
- Dutch: zich terugtrekken
- European Spanish: echarse atrás decisión
- Finnish: perua
- French: se retirer
- German: zurücktreten
- Greek: αποσύρομαι
- Italian: ritirarsi
- Japanese: 約束を取り消す
- Korean: 취소하다
- Norwegian: trekke seg
- Polish: wycofać się
- European Portuguese: recuar
- Romanian: a se retrage
- Russian: отказаться
- Spanish: retractarse
- Swedish: dra sig ur
- Thai: กลับคำ
- Turkish: geri çekilmek
- Ukrainian: ухилятися
- Vietnamese: rút lui
Definition of back out from the Collins English Dictionary
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