rétracter

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin retractāre, present active infinitive of retractō (I undertake again; I withdraw, refuse, decline; I retract), from Latin retractus (withdrawn), perfect passive participle of retrahō (I draw or pull back, withdraw; I call back, remove).

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rétracter

  1. (transitive) to retract, contract

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