Definition of 'backtrack'
Example sentences containing 'backtrack'
The Sun (2008)
Would we decide to backtrack on the plans we'd made?Times, Sunday Times (2009) The Sun (2012)
He then tried to backtrack by saying he knew how much it cost to fill up a car, but not how much a litre costs.The Sun (2015)
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