recular

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From cul or from French reculer.

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recular (first-person singular present reculo, past participle reculat)

  1. to back up; to move backwards
  2. to turn around, to go back
  3. (figuratively) to back down
  4. to postpone

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recular (first-person singular present reculo, first-person singular preterite reculé, past participle reculado)

  1. to go back, move backwards, reverse
  2. to back out, back down

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