Synonyms for recede
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withdraw, retreat, pull away, draw back, recede, pull back, retire, move backverb
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, 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, pull back, kip down, remove
fall back, lose, drop off, fall behind, recedeverb
unload, fall asleep, misplace, lose, draw back, mislay, drop off, retire, withdraw, retreat, turn a loss, lapse, fall away, drift off, dope off, relapse, recidivate, fall back, dawdle, pull away, drop away, recur, fall behind, resort, set down, put down, doze off, move back, nod off, regress, drop, suffer, discharge, miss, drowse off, retrogress, lag, pull back, slip, flake out
become faint or more distant
"the unhappy memories of her childhood receded as she grew older"
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They haven't made us grow or recede at all.
Oil is a game-changer, as inflation picks up the fear of getting into a Japan-style deflation rut will recede. But underlying growth is still fairly subdued so this rise in oil price won't be leading to any rampant inflationary pressure.
The FCL arrangement reinforces Poland's buffers against external risks. The lower access is appropriate in light of somewhat lower risks and the improvement in Poland's fundamentals, the authorities intend to continue to treat the arrangement as precautionary and to gradually exit from the FCL once external risks recede.
An old dream is dead but a new one is being born, as a tree that pushes through the solid ground to recede. A new strength, born of pain and suffering, is pulsating in the veins and a new empathy and understanding is being born of past suffering.
As inflation picks up the fear of getting into a Japan-style deflation rut will recede. But underlying growth is still fairly subdued so this rise in oil price won't be leading to any rampant inflationary pressure.
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