Translation of pullback in Spanish:

pullback

retirada, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpʊlˌbæk//ˈpʊlbak/

noun

  • 1

    (of troops)
    retirada feminine
    • This withdrawal followed on previous military pullbacks in the state.
    • But he also wanted, according to the NYT, a pullback of US forces from the cities: ‘The occupation itself is a source of insecurity.’
    • U.S. military officials are cautiously optimistic the move will bring calm to the besieged city, but warn the pullback is not a withdrawal or retreat.
    • Coalition hard-liners have been trying to sabotage a pullback.
    • He said yesterday the pullback would start immediately after a meeting in Damascus between the leaders of both countries to approve the withdrawal plan.
  • 2

    (reduction)
    a pullback in prices/demand una reducción en los precios/la demanda