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retreat

noun
 
 
/rɪˈtriːt/
MOVE [U, no plural] a move away, especially to a place or situation which is safer or quieter
daha güvenli yere/bölgeye gerileme/çekilme/hareket etme/intikal etme
He saw the dog coming towards him and beat a hasty retreat (= moved quickly away).Direction of motionPoints of the compassRunning away and escaping
MILITARY [C, U] a move back by soldiers or an army, especially to avoid fighting
cephe hattından geri çekilme; çekilme; savaştan/mücadeleden vazgeçme
a strategic retreatResponding to an attack
PLACE [C] a quiet place where you can go to rest or be alone
tenha/kafa dinlenecek yer, inziva köşesi, sığınak
a mountain retreatSafe and enclosed spaces
(Definition of retreat noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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