1. the posterior part of a human (or animal) body from the neck to the end of the spine;
2. the side that goes last or is not normally seen;
3. the part of something that is furthest from the normal viewer;
4. (football) a person who plays in the backfield
5. the series of vertebrae forming the axis of the skeleton and protecting the spinal cord;
6. the front and back covering of a book;
7. the part of a garment that covers your back;
8. a support that you can lean against while sitting;
9. the position of a player on a football team who is stationed behind the line of scrimmage
1. be behind; approve of;
2. travel backward;
3. give support or one's approval to;
4. cause to travel backward;
5. support financial backing for;
6. be in back of;
7. place a bet on;
8. shift to a counterclockwise direction;
9. establish as valid or genuine;
10. strengthen by providing with a back or backing
1. related to or located at the back;
2. located at or near the back of an animal;
3. of an earlier date;
1. in or to or toward a former location;
2. at or to or toward the back or rear;
3. in or to or toward an original condition;
4. in or to or toward a past time;
5. in answer;
6. in repayment or retaliation;
He came back to earth when the teacher told him to pay more attention.
Children were crammed into the back of the car.
The seats have no back against which to lean.
Let's check our luggage here and come back for it later.
Many refugees were forcibly deported back to the countries they had come from.
If I'd known this beforehand, I would not have gone back.
Once you've given your word, don't try to back out.
He stood back to admire his handiwork.
Your blouse has rucked up at the back.
The echo resounded back to us.
Come back to my pad.
I hoped all through you would come back.
He was desperately eager to be back after more than a week's absence from school.
She liked the dress that buttons down the back.
May I refer you back to my earlier remarks on this subject?
The ticket was handed back to the passenger.
He resolutely went back to the front.
Will you do my dress up at the back, please?
Join the blue wool on the end of the gold pattern and work the same stitches into the back.
Our attack was so vigorous that the enemy had to fall back to the river bank.
She will be back soon.
This insect makes its strange noise by rubbing its back legs together.
Magnus's army was gradually pushed back into a defensive circle.
You will finish the job much quicker if you put your back into it.
He stepped back smartly from the edge.
I'll set my watch back five minutes.
He had an itch on his back.
Hold tight when you ride at the back of your brother's scooter.
The police had to use force to hold back the crowd.
at someone's back
in pursuit or support someone
back and forth
to and fro
back in the day
in the past; some time ago
back in the day, he'd had one of the greatest minds I'd ever come across.
someone's back is turned
someone's attention is elsewhere
he kissed her quickly, when the landlady's back was turned.
the back of beyond
a very remote or inaccessible place
(Austral. informal)the outback
the back of one's mind
used to express that something is in one's mind but is not consciously thought of or remembered
she had a little nagging worry at the back her mind.
back to front
(Brit.)with the back at the front and the front at the back
the exhausts had been fitted back to front.
a back-to-front baseball cap.
reverse the action of the oars, causing a boat to slow down or stop
back the wrong horse
make a wrong or inappropriate choice
behind someone's back
without a person's knowledge and in an unfair or dishonourable way
Carla made fun of him behind his back.
get (或 put) someone's back up
make someone annoyed or angry
(N. Amer.)at the back of something, especially a building
dad demolished an old shed in back of his barn.
know something like the back of one's hand
be entirely familiar with a place or route
Hey. back off a little. I don't get you.
The bouncer of hotel backed a drunkard off.
take a back seat
He said he wouldn' t take a back seat to anybody, but the President himself.
back, uphold, support, sustain, advocate
back, backward, hind, behind
behind encourage sponsor bat go to boost support succour abet for stand favour promote help patronize countenance subsidize maintain assist aid
sustain certify bolster validate attest corroborate uphold substantiate second confirm
recede down rebound recoil ebb return tail retrogress go retrocede back turn backwards reverse regress retreat backtrack revert
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