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VERB 退避;后退;离开 If you retreat, you move away from something or someone.
'I've already got a job,' I said quickly, and retreated from the room...
The young nurse pulled a face at the Matron's retreating figure.
VERB (军队)撤退，退却 When an army retreats, it moves away from enemy forces in order to avoid fighting them.
The French, suddenly outnumbered, were forced to retreat...
Retreating soldiers were dousing homes and shops with petrol and setting them on fire.
VERB 放弃，远离（计划、生活方式等）；从…中隐退 If you retreat from something such as a plan or a way of life, you give it up, usually in order to do something safer or less extreme.
I believe people should live in houses that allow them to retreat from the harsh realities of life...
From bouncing confidence she had retreated into self-pity.
N-COUNT 隐居地;静养所 A retreat is a quiet, isolated place that you go to in order to rest or to do things in private.
He spent yesterday hidden away in his country retreat.
PHRASE 匆匆离开;仓皇撤退 If you beat a retreat, you leave a place quickly in order to avoid an embarrassing or dangerous situation.
Cockburn decided it was time to beat a hasty retreat.