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Spanish translation of “retrace”

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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 German zurückverfolgen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沿原路返回, 回憶, 追溯…
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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