Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Retreat"

The meaning of "Retreat" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does retreat mean?
A: 1) verbo = el opuesto de 'avanzar', por ejemplo, un ejército

2) sustantivo = un lugar tranquilo, "My company had a retreat this weekend, we all went to (some quiet place) and discussed future plans without the usual distractions of being in the office".
Q: What does retreat mean?
A: often used for battles.
retreat from a battle - to run away from the fight and/or give up
Q: What does the corporate retreat mean?
A: It is like a small vacation for employees of a company.
Q: What does a retreat mean?
A: 친구를 데리고 리조트, 바닷가, 쉴 수 있는 장소 등에 가라는 의미

동사형인 retreat는 전쟁에서 도망친다는 의미인데 명사로 쓸 경우는 마치 정쟁에서 도망치듯 쌓여 있는 스트레스, 걱정, 암울함 등을 모두 떨쳐버려 한참 다 잊고 쉴 수 있는 장소에 간다는 뜻을 나타냅니다

Example sentences using "Retreat"

Q: Please show me example sentences with retreat.
A: @jay1101 we must retreat because we cant handle this war.

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Q: Please show me example sentences with retreat.
A: The North Korean army was outgunned and had no choice but to retreat.
My friend is attending a yoga retreat in the mountains this weekend.
Q: Please show me example sentences with retreat.
A: The army wasn't strong enough , so they had to retreat.
Q: Please show me example sentences with retreat.
A: After the battle, we made our retreat back to camp. (Retreat meaning to go back to safety, or away from danger)

We went on our summer hiking retreat. (Retreat meaning a guided adventure outside of daily life, usually with other people and a retreat leader)

I had to re-treat his wound. (Re-treat meaning to treat again, the "re" prefix means to do it again)



Synonyms of "Retreat" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between retreat and withdraw ?
A: Retreat means to diced not to do something.
Withdraw means to take back or remove something.
Q: What is the difference between retreat and shelter ?
A: Shelter is something protective and retreat is something to go to when you need it last minute or a quick solution. (Sometimes, depending on context, a retreat can be like a break from work like a vacation or trip) (Retreat can also be used when saying you’ll back off)
Q: What is the difference between retreat and withdraw ?
A: Retreat: "Retreat!" Shouted the leader.
Withdraw: "I will withdraw your toy." Withdraw is to take away.
Q: What is the difference between retreat and retard / retarded and Examples please as much as you can ?
A: "Retreat" is an escape from a certain situation usually a bad one. Its usually confused with vacation in this modern age.

"Retard" is a person who functions normally but acts a certain stupid way.

You can get a better idea in the words of a comedian by clicking this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqiGWd0-0Os
Q: What is the difference between retreat and fall back ?
A: To fall back: the action of falling behind NOT on purpose.
Sentence: I fell back slipping on a cord.

To retreat: to back away on purpose.
Sentence: I retreated slowly from the room when the conversation got awkward.

Translations of "Retreat"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? he retreated him to himself
A: It means that he became quiet and less sociable. He became more pre-occupied with his own thoughts and spent less time interacting with other people. It is the kind of behaviour that a person might show if they are depressed, or if they have suffered a trauma in their life.The correct phrase would be 'He retreated into himself'.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? retreat
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? retreat
A: @yo_peggy: retreat Ree tr eat

Other questions about "Retreat"

Q: You can’t retreat your words. does this sound natural?
A: × You can’t retreat your words.
✓ You can’t retract your words.

The word you are looking for is “retract” not “retreat”.
Q: What is a junior-senior retreat in school?
A: An outing for seniors (students in their last year of school) and juniors (students in their second-to-last year of school) lasting more than a day.
Q: I am going to a retreat this weekend. I need to get away from it all. does this sound natural?
A: Natural. Have a nice time.
Q: When I get back from the retreat (attended by all members of 12 branches) on Sat, I will arrive here around 4pm. I need more than an hour to get to the church. I’ll probably arrive at the church at 5pm. I think it'll be better to start without me.

I think it'll be better to gather without me.

I hear that 'better to start without me' is more natural. Why is 'better to gather without me' wrong? When can I use 'gather'? does this sound natural?
A: Better to gather without me is less natural because they can gather but that doesn't mean you want them to start even if you do.
Q: What does "retreat jurisdiction" in 87 mean?
A: I'm assuming context from my general knowledge of legal issues in the US right now:

Different states have differing laws on the use of violence to defend yourself. Many states have a requirement that you attempt to retreat or remove yourself from a situation, and if you find that you cannot, only then is the use of deadly force justified.

Other states have what are know as "stand your ground" laws, which say that if another person does something that causes you to fear for your life, and you are in a place that you are legally entitled to be, then you automatically have the right to use deadly force without first being required to try and retreat.

New Mexico is a "stand your ground" state, which means that it is not a "retreat jurisdiction" or a region where the law requires you to make an attempt to leave a confrontation before using violence is allowed.

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