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To Step Back (Phrasal Verb)

To step back from something is to remove yourself physically/mentally from a situation you are involved in. Often we ‘step back from’ something so that we can see or understand it more objectively. It is also a formal way of expressing the fact that you have decided to stop doing something.

E.g. Harry and Meghan have announced that they intend to take a step back from their royal duties so that they can focus on developing their own professional careers outside of the royal family.

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