recede

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} geri çekilmek
geri çekil

Sel suları nihayet geri çekildi. - The flood waters have finally receded.

{f} çekilmek
düşmek
geri çekilme
(Ticaret) azalmak
(fiyat/vb.) düşmek
gerilemek
uzaklaşmak
geriye doğru gitmek
çekil

Sel suları nihayet geri çekildi. - The flood waters have finally receded.

{f} geri gitmek
{f} ortadan kaybolmak
{f} vazgeçmek
vaz geçmek
{f} düşmek (fiyat)
{f} geri plâna geçmek
retreat
{i} geri çekilme

Jackson geri çekilmeyi planlamıyordu. - Jackson was not planning to retreat.

Bazen taktiksel bir geri çekilme, korkaklık olarak yorumlanır. - A tactical retreat is sometimes interpreted as cowardice.

retreat
{f} kaçmak
retreat
(Askeri) Zorunlu geri çekilme
retreat
{i} köşesine çekilme
retreat
dinlenmek için çekilmek
retreat
sığınak
retreat
inziva
receded
geriye çekilmiş
receding
{s} basık

Tom'un saç çizgisi basıktır. - Tom's hairline is receding.

Tom'un basık saç çizgisi var. - Tom has a receding hairline.

receding
{s} içe çökük
retreat
{i} gerileme
retreat
{f} gerilemek
retreat
{i} kafa dinleme yeri
retreat
{i} yat borusu
retreat
düşman önünden çekilmek
retreat
{i} enstitü
retreat
{i} rehabilite merkezi
retreat
koy evi
retreat
geriye çekme veya çekilme
retreat
{i} ask. ricat
retreat
{f} geri adım atmak
retreat
geri kaçmak
retreat
geriye kaçma
İngilizce - İngilizce
to move back, to move away
to take back
to move back or away
move back and away from; "The enemy fell back
{v} give back, depart, retreat, desist
The motion made by a legislative body to agree with the other chamber and not insist upon the amendments previously adopted to the bill
retreat
To move back, retreat, or withdraw
To undo action previously taken
become faint or more distant; "the unhappy memories of her childhood receded as she grew older" move back and away from; "The enemy fell back
To withdraw a claim or pretension; to desist; to relinquish what had been proposed or asserted; as, to recede from a demand or proposition
When something such as a quality, problem, or illness recedes, it becomes weaker, smaller, or less intense. Just as I started to think that I was never going to get well, the illness began to recede
To cede back; to grant or yield again to a former possessor; as, to recede conquered territory
become faint or more distant; "the unhappy memories of her childhood receded as she grew older"
{f} withdraw, retreat, draw back
If something recedes from you, it moves away. Luke's footsteps receded into the night As she receded he waved goodbye
Withdraw from an amendment or position on a matter
To move back; to retreat; to withdraw
pull back or move away or backward; "The enemy withdrew"; "The limo pulled away from the curb"
If a man's hair starts to recede, it no longer grows on the front of his head. a youngish man with dark hair just beginning to recede
move back and away from; "The enemy fell back"
receded
past of recede
recedes
third-person singular of recede
receding
the act of becoming more distant
receding
the act of becoming more distant a slow or gradual disappearance moving toward a position farther from the front; "the receding glaciers of the last ice age"; "retiring fogs revealed the rocky coastline
receding
moving toward a position farther from the front; "the receding glaciers of the last ice age"; "retiring fogs revealed the rocky coastline"
receding
a slow or gradual disappearance
receding
(of a hairline e g ) moving slowly back
receding
present participle of recede
receding
{s} retreating, pulling back, withdrawing
recede