Examples of pullback in a Sentence
a pullback in consumer spending
the pullback was necessary so that the commanders could reorganize their units and reassess the situation
Recent Examples of pullback from the Web
Experts say saturation is still some time away, and that pullback is inevitable for any booming industry that, with time, begins to mature.
EA’s pullback may have been influenced as much by lawmakers as consumers.
News of the advertiser pullback comes two days after the company fired two of its top editors and a reporter, all of whom had been involved in articles about their own employer.
And even with the recent pullback, stocks are still hovering just below all-time highs.
And the index has posted two days in a row of triple-digit declines as stocks have seen their worst back-to-back slides since May. Some market watchers say the pullback represents healthy break from the pace of recent gains.
His threats against Amazon have dragged down its stock and contributed to the tech sector’s pullback, and his slow march toward a potential trade war has investors on edge.
This can prompt sharp pullbacks, like the selloff seen last week.
Oil headed for a second weekly increase as a surprise pullback in U.S. crude inventories compounded signs that a global glut is easing.
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First Known Use of pullback
PULLBACK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pullback for English Language Learners
: an act of removing military troops from a position or an area
: an act of doing less or becoming less involved in something
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