Retraceable



verb (used with object), retraced, retracing.
1.
to trace backward; go back over:
to retrace one’s steps.
2.
to go back over with the memory.
3.
to go over again with the sight or attention.
4.
re-trace.
verb (transitive)
1.
to go back over (one’s steps, a route, etc) again: we retraced the route we took last summer
2.
to go over (a past event) in the mind; recall
3.
to go over (a story, account, etc) from the beginning

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