Pullback meaning

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The act or process of pulling back, especially an orderly troop withdrawal.
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A device for holding or drawing back.

A pullback for heavy draperies.

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A pulling back; esp., a planned military withdrawal.
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Something that retards or hinders.
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A device for pulling something back.
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A term used to indicate that prices have stopped their upward movement after rising for a period of time.
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The act or result of pulling back; a withdrawal.
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That which holds back, or causes to recede; a drawback; a hindrance.
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(architecture) The iron hook fixed to a casement to pull it shut, or to hold it partly open at a fixed point.
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(finance) A reduction in the price of a financial instrument after reaching a peak.
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(category theory) Given a pair of morphisms and with a common codomain, Z, their pullback is a pair of morphisms and as well as their common domain, P, such that the equation is satisfied, and for which there is the universal property that for any other object Q for which there are also morphisms , ; there is a unique morphism such that and .
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Origin of pullback