Sinónimos de retreat en inglés:

retreat


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1‘the army retreated’

SINÓNIMOS
withdraw, retire, draw back, pull back, pull out, fall back, give way, give ground, recoil, flee, take flight, beat a retreat, beat a hasty retreat, run away, run off, make a run for it, run for it, make off, take off, take to one's heels, make a break for it, bolt, make a quick exit, clear out, make one's getaway, escape, head for the hills
coloquial beat it, vamoose, skedaddle, split, cut and run, show a clean pair of heels, turn tail, scram, hook it, fly the coop, skip off, do a fade
Britanico coloquial do a runner, scarper, do a bunk, leg it
Norteamericano coloquial light out, bug out, cut out, peel out, take a powder, skiddoo
inglés de Australia coloquial go through, shoot through
arcaico fly, levant
ANTÓNIMOS

advance, dig in

2‘the tide was retreating’

SINÓNIMOS
go out, ebb, recede, flow out, fall, go down
ANTÓNIMOS

come in

3‘the government had to retreat over the plan’

SINÓNIMOS
change one's decision, change one's mind, change one's attitude, change one's plans
back down, climb down, do a U-turn, backtrack, back-pedal, row back, retract, reconsider, eat one's words, eat humble pie, give in, concede defeat, shift one's ground
Britanico do an about-turn

nombre

1‘a counteroffensive caused the retreat of the imperial army’

SINÓNIMOS
withdrawal, pulling back, flight
marginal katabasis
ANTÓNIMOS

advance

2‘Democrats welcomed the President's retreat on the tax issue’

SINÓNIMOS
climbdown, backdown, retraction, concession, about-face, U-turn, rowback
Britanico about-turn

3‘she invited us to her retreat in rural Sweden’

SINÓNIMOS
refuge, haven, resort, asylum, sanctuary, sanctum sanctorum
hideaway, hideout, hiding place
cottage, dacha, shelter, cabin, den, lair, nest
coloquial hidey-hole

4‘a period of retreat from the world for spiritual regeneration’

SINÓNIMOS
seclusion, withdrawal, retirement, solitude, isolation, hiding, privacy, sanctuary
marginal sequestration, reclusion