Prepositions after "backtrack"
backtrack on, to, in, after or by?
|In 62% of cases backtrack on is used|
|Will you have to backtrack on this protest too, in the future? Ven IS: No.|
|He also tells us that Smith is trying to be the loyal soldier by backtracking on ESPN? s Trent Dilfer.|
|The objections may have led Truss to backtrack on cutting inspections, when writing this week in the Daily Telegraph.|
|Then we backtracked on US 395 and headed east on SR270 to see the gold-rush ghost town of Brodie, now a National Historic Landmark.|
|When the PML-N parted ways with the PPP accusing it of backtracking on its commitment for reinstatement of the judiciary, the MQM switched to the treasury benches.|
|In 15% of cases backtrack to is used|
|Backe later backtracked to the New York media, claiming that his statements were taken out of context.|
|In 8% of cases backtrack in is used|
|What this means is that backtracking in Icon is inherently local in nature and is constrained to small units.|
|In 4% of cases backtrack after is used|
|The IRA was compelled to surrender arms as there was confidence no party would backtrack after decommissioning.|
|In 4% of cases backtrack over is used|
|You then collect your hire car from Picton and commence your journey at the top of the South Island, which means you won't need to backtrack over the same ground.|
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