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pull back (from sth)

mainly US
phrasal verb with pull uk   us   /pʊl/ verb
to decide not to do or involve yourself with something when you were previously going to: The news is that the company intends to pull back from petrochemicals.
Translations of “pull back (from sth)”
in Chinese (Traditional) 改變主意, 退卻, 退出…
in Chinese (Simplified) 改变主意, 退却, 退出…
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