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Translation of "retrace" - English-Spanish dictionary

retrace

verb /riˈtreis/
to go back along (a path etc) one has just come along
desandar, volver sobre
She lost her keys somewhere on the way to the station, and had to retrace her steps/journey until she found them.
Translations of “retrace”
in Vietnamese trở lại con đường cũ…
in Thai ย้อนกลับทางเดิม…
in Malaysian menjejak semula…
in German zurückverfolgen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沿原路返回, 回憶, 追溯…
in Indonesian melacak kembali…
in Chinese (Simplified) 沿原路返回, 回忆, 追溯…
(Definition of retrace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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