Focus on the pronunciation of backtrack
English definition of “backtrack”
/ˈbækˌtræk/ v [I]
› to go back the same way you came, or to consider information again: We need to backtrack a bit and examine the history of this problem. › If you backtrack from something you previously said or agreed to do, you begin to stop supporting it: The government backtracked on plans that would have increased taxes.