Backtrack meaning

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To reverse one's position or policy.
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To return by the same path.
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To withdraw from a position, attitude, etc.
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The act of backtracking.
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To retrace one's steps.

I dropped my sunglasses and had to backtrack to find them.

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To repeat or review work already done.

If we backtrack through this problem, maybe we can figure out where we went wrong.

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(aviation) To taxi down an active runway in the opposite direction to that being used for takeoff.

Speedbird One: Enter and backtrack Runway 27 Left.

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The definition of backtrack is to return by retracing steps you've taken already.

Hikers retracing their steps so they would not get lost is an example of backtrack.

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To go back over the course by which one has come.
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To return to a previous point or subject, as in a lecture or discussion.
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