Retract and Take back

Retract

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Retract verb – To solemnly or formally reject or go back on (as something formerly adhered to).
Usage example: the newspaper was forced to retract the story, which turned out to be based on fabricated reporting

Take back is a synonym for retract in accept topic. In some cases you can use "Take back" instead a verb "Retract", when it comes to topics like withdraw, remove, renege on. popular alternative
Nearby Words: retraction, retracted, retracting, retractation, retraced
Synonyms for Retract

Take back

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Take back verb – To solemnly or formally reject or go back on (as something formerly adhered to).
Usage example: I take back what I said about her: she's not the fool I thought she was

Retract is a synonym for take back in remove topic. You can use "Retract" instead a verb "Take back". popular alternative
Synonyms for Take back
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