- vi. 自原处后退或避开别人的注视 move back from a previous or away from an observer
- vi. 向后倾斜 slope backwards
pull back or move away or backward;
"The enemy withdrew"
"The limo pulled away from the curb"
become faint or more distant;
"the unhappy memories of her childhood receded as she grew older"
- His hair is beginning to recede from his forehead.
- As the tide receded we were able to look for shells.
- The prospect of bankruptcy has now receded.
- Eventually the danger began to recede.
- The company decided to recede from a bargain.
- Houses and trees seem to recede as you ride past in a train.
The colour rushed into Bosinney's face, but soon receded.出自： J. Galsworthy
The..castle receded..into its ink-like woods.出自： E. Bowen
Her footsteps on the gravel receded.出自： I. Murdoch
Gums recede with age.出自： V. Bramwell
- retreat 撤退
- withdraw 撤回
- regress 倒退
- draw back 撒回
- move away 搬开
- go back 回去
- draw away 离开
- ebb 退潮
- retrocede 后退(交还)
- diminish 减少
- lessen 减少
- decline 下降
- wane 衰落
- fade 逐渐消失
- dwindle 减少
- decrease 减少
- abate 缓和
- move back 退缩
- pull away (把 ... )开走...
- fall behind 落后
- drop off 减弱
- retire 退休
- lose 丢失
- pull back 拉回
- fall back 后退