English translation of 'पीछे हटना'
पीछे हटना /piche hatana/
1. back phrasal verb
If you back away, you move away because you are nervous or frightened.
Jim backed away from the door.
2. flinch intransitive verb
If you do not flinch from something unpleasant, you do not attempt to avoid it.
He has never flinched from difficult decisions.
3. pull phrasal verb
If troops pull out of a place, they leave it.
4. pull phrasal verb
If you pull out of an agreement, a contest, or an organization, you withdraw from it.
5. pull phrasal verb
If someone pulls back from an action, they decide not to continue or persist with it, because it could have bad consequences.
He asked both countries to pull back from violence.
6. recoil intransitive verb
If you say that someone recoils from doing something or recoils at the idea of something, you mean that they are reluctant to do it because they dislike it so much.
People used to recoil from the idea of being in debt, but now being in debt is normal.
7. retreat intransitive verb, variable noun
If an army retreats, or if it is in retreat, it moves away from an enemy in order to avoid fighting.
The soldiers were forced to retreat.
...Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.
8. stand intransitive verb
If you stand back, you move a short distance sideways or backwards, so that you are standing in a different place.
I stood back to let her pass.
9. withdraw transitive or intransitive verb
When troops withdraw, or when someone withdraws them, they leave the place where they are fighting or where they are based and return nearer home.
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Translation of पीछे हटना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary