动词过去式:backtracked 过去分词:backtracked 现在分词:backtracking 第三人称单数:backtracks
1 return by the way that one came 由原路返回; 走回头路.
2 (fig 比喻) withdraw from an earlier argument or policy 背弃已往的言论或政策.
to change an opinion or promise that you gave so that it is not as strong as it was earlier
→backpedalbacktrack on The President is backtracking on his promise to increase healthcare spending.
to return by the same way that you came We had to backtrack about a mile.