Running Ubuntu 18.04 and using bash. So I am aware of how to use tabs at the command line to auto-complete the next token with file paths and what have you.
Question: is there an easy shortcut for quickly deleting a token? Obvious use case: you auto-complete the wrong token by mistake, have to backspace the name before going forward again. It'd be nifty if 'Ctrl-Shift-Tab' undid the suggestion, a bit like how that's often the command to go to the previous tab in web browsers.