withdraw, retreat, pull away, draw back, recede, pull back, retire, move back(verb)
pull back or move away or backward
"The enemy withdrew"; "The limo pulled away from the curb"
call in, swallow, sequester, lose, seclude, crawfish out, drop off, retire, crawfish, hit the hay, retreat, take, back away, strike out, back out, put out, take back, hit the sack, pull away, take out, fall back, unsay, turn in, crawl in, bow out, fall behind, draw back, recede, bed, sack out, recall, move back, retrograde, call back, go to sleep, sequestrate, draw, pull in one's horns, take away, go to bed, adjourn, disengage, withdraw, draw off, retract, kip down, remove
retract, pull back, draw back(verb)
use a surgical instrument to hold open (the edges of a wound or an organ)
back out, retract, draw back, recant, withdraw, pull away, shrink back, retire, draw, forswear, abjure, crawfish, move back, crawfish out, retreat, recede, resile, pull in one's horns, back away, draw in
move to a rearward position; pull towards the back
"Pull back your arms!"
pull back, draw(verb)
stretch back a bowstring (on an archer's bow)
"The archers were drawing their bows"
describe, take in, absorb, suck up, pull in, attract, get, thread, quarter, string, crawfish out, retire, run, depict, guide, crawfish, retreat, drag, draw in, back away, suck, back out, delineate, draw and quarter, make, soak up, tie, cast, pull, pull away, get out, take out, disembowel, sop up, puff, reap, pass, recede, imbibe, move back, line, pull out, draw, pull in one's horns, force, trace, draw back, withdraw, draw off, retract, take up, eviscerate
retreat, pull back, back out, back away, crawfish, crawfish out, pull in one's horns, withdraw(verb)
make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity
"We'll have to crawfish out from meeting with him"; "He backed out of his earlier promise"; "The aggressive investment company pulled in its horns"
recall, retract, call in, draw back, take away, sequester, swallow, withdraw, back out, back away, draw off, remove, seclude, take, retire, draw, take back, call back, retrograde, crawfish, move back, retreat, sequestrate, recede, bow out, pull away, take out, adjourn, pull in one's horns, unsay, crawfish out, disengage
How to use pull back in a sentence?
I hope we pull back from the brink here because these tariffs will not be good for the economy, and I worry that it will slow, if not impeded significantly, the progress we were making economically for the country.
Now that all these issues have been raised, there's a lot more domestic political support to address these issues, and I don't think you can pull back from that, there's now pressure politically that they have to be addressed for the long term.
European stocks are driven by the forex market, big time, the drop in the euro has played a major role in the stock rally in Europe in the past few months even before quantitative easing was launched, and now, with short positions on the euro reaching extreme levels in the short term, European stocks look vulnerable to a pull-back if the currency bounces.
There's probably going to be some problems and some scandals and some of that mud will splatter on the The Fed, at some point The Fed is going to want to pull back and what if the Treasury at the time says not yet ?
I think it's normal, there's been some recent data releases including inflation, and there's also the Vanke situation which is naturally impacting the market a bit, you've also seen banking shares do relatively well recently, so it's not a surprise to see a bit of a pull back.
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