retract

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To take back or withdraw something one has said

I retract all the accusations I made about the senator and sincerely hope he won't sue me.

To pull back inside (for example, an airplane retracting its wheels while flying)
to recall or take back (something that one has said)
{v} to recant, recall, resume, deny
The pricking of a horse's foot in nailing on a shoe
To take back what has been said; to withdraw a concession or a declaration
The part of a tool path that begins where the tool stops cutting the material
formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief, usually under pressure; "He retracted his earlier statements about his religion"; "She abjured her beliefs"
use a surgical instrument to hold open (the edges of a wound or an organ)
{f} annul, cancel; recant; withdraw, take back; retreat, draw back, pull back; pull inward; use a surgical device to keep open the edges of an organ or wound
If you retract something that you have said or written, you say that you did not mean it. Mr Smith hurriedly sought to retract the statement, but it had just been broadcast on national radio He's hoping that if he makes me feel guilty, I'll retract. + retraction retractions re·trac·tion Miss Pearce said she expected an unqualified retraction of his comments within twenty four hours. = withdrawal
pull inward or towards a center; "The pilot drew in the landing gear"; "The cat retracted his claws"
To withdraw; to recall; to disavow; to recant; to take back; as, to retract an accusation or an assertion
pull away from a source of disgust or fear
To draw back; to draw up or shorten; as, the cat can retract its claws; to retract a muscle
To draw back; to draw up; as, muscles retract after amputation
Remove a clause from a predicate See also dynamic, update view and assert
To take back,, as a grant or favor previously bestowed; to revoke
When a part of a machine or a part of a person's body retracts or is retracted, it moves inwards or becomes shorter. Torn muscles retract, and lose strength, structure, and tightness
ion
retract one's words
withdraw someone that one has said, take back one's own statement
deformation retract
To have a deformation retract as a subspace
deformation retract
A subspace such that there is a retraction onto it of the ambient space homotopic to the identity function on the ambient space
deformation-retract
To have a deformation retract as a subspace
retracted
Simple past tense and past participle of retract
retraction
A continuous function from a topological space onto a subspace which is the identity on that subspace
retraction
A statement printed or broadcast in a public forum which effects the withdrawal of an earlier assertion, and which concedes that the earlier assertion was in error
retraction
An act or instance of retracting
retraction
{n} a withdrawing of a questin
retraction
{n} a recantation, a contraction
Retractable
retractible
retractable
Cats (except cheetahs) have the ability to pull in, or retract, their claws when not in use
retractable
capable of being retracted; "retractable landing gear"
retractable
A retractable part of a machine or a building can be moved inwards or backwards. A 20,000-seat arena with a retractable roof is planned. a retractable part of something can be pulled back into the main part
retractable
{s} can be drawn back, can be pulled back; can be taken back, can be withdrawn
retractable
capable of being retracted; "retractable landing gear
retractable
Bonds or preferred shares that allow the holder to require the issuer to redeem the security before the maturity date
retractable
An issue that gives the holder the option, under certain circumstances, to redeem his holdings at their face value, prior to the final maturity date
retractable
Capable of being retracted; retractile
retractable
A feature which can be included in a new debt issue or preferred share which grants the holder the option, under specified conditions, to redeem the security on a stated date This date would be prior to maturity in the case of a debt issue
retracted
withdrawn back and in, as the claws of a cat
retracted
drawn back and in; "a cat with retracted claws"
retracted
drawn back and in; "a cat with retracted claws
retracted
pronounced further back in the vocal tract
retracted
past of retract
retracted
{s} pulled back and in
retracting
present participle of retract
retraction
a disavowal or taking back of a previous assertion
retraction
The act of retracting, or drawing back; the state of being retracted; as, the retraction of a cat's claws
retraction
The moving of tissue to expose a part or structure of the body
retraction
A cancellation of a bid by the submitting bidder When placing a bid, you are entering into a binding and enforceable contract with the seller to conclude a transaction guyla com does nor allow the retraction of a bid
retraction
{i} act of taking back; withdrawal, annulment; act of pulling back, act of drawing back
retraction
the act of pulling or holding or drawing a part back; "the retraction of the landing gear"; "retraction of the foreskin"
retraction
an abnormal pulling down of the lower lid or pulling up of the upper lid retrobulbar - behind the eyeball rhytids - wrinkles ROOF - retro-orbicularis oculi fat; thick fat pad just under and below the eyebrow
retraction
The act of retracting or shortening; as, the retraction of a severed muscle; the retraction of a sinew
retraction
Pertaining to desired posteriorly directed, orthodontic or orthopedic displacements of teeth or of bones of the face
retraction
In libel law, a statement published or broadcast that attempts to retract or correct previously published or broadcast libelous matter A timely retraction will usually mitigate damages, and in some states that have retraction laws, plaintiffs must seek a retraction before beginning a lawsuit or they lose the opportunity to collect anything but special damages
retraction
The state or condition of a part when drawn back, or towards the center of the body
retraction
The act of withdrawing something advanced, stated, claimed, or done; declaration of change of opinion; recantation
retraction
A withdrawal of an earlier assertion, particularly one that is made in a public forum, and which concedes that the earlier assertion was in error
retraction
the act of pulling or holding or drawing a part back; "the retraction of the landing gear"; "retraction of the foreskin" a disavowal or taking back of a previous assertion
retraction
an abnormal pulling down of the lower lid or pulling up of the upper lid
retracts
third-person singular of retract
retract
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