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British pronunciation/bˈæktɹæk/
American pronunciation/ˈbækˌtɹæk/
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to go back along the same path or route that one has previously taken

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to change one's opinion, or retract one's statement due to being under pressure

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The explorers had to backtrack through the dense jungle to locate the spot where they had veered off course.
Realizing they had missed a turn, the hikers had to backtrack along the trail to find the right path.
During the hike, the group decided to backtrack and explore a side trail they had overlooked earlier.
Having taken the wrong exit, the driver had to backtrack on the highway to get back on the correct route.
Under pressure from stakeholders, the government had to backtrack on the proposed tax reforms.
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