1. directed or facing toward the back or rear;
2. (used of temperament or behavior) marked by a retiring nature;
3. retarded in intellectual development
1. at or to or toward the back or rear;
2. in a manner or order or direction the reverse of normal;
3. in or to or toward a past time;
Take a frequent backward look at yesterday, you will value today and look forward to tomorrow.
It has the magic to turn a backward town into a wonderland of prosperity.
Then, leg lifting, extending further far as possible, leg extending forward, tip of toe drawing backward.
Tripped when he stepped backward.
Each country is building information freeway aspect hammer and tongs, wary and backward.
For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday.
He looked backward ( s ) forty years.
He did a brilliant backward somersault.
Backward children need a special kind of schooling.
He stepped backward and fell over the cliff.
The crops are backward this year.
The crops are early [ backward ] this year.
All the actors know the play backward.
You have put your hat backward ( s ).
The backward place has changed into an industrial centre.
The child is backward in his studies.
We bent over backward to help them.
The United Nations appealed to the people of the developed countries for aiding those of the backward countries.
Because of his long illness, Tom is backward in his studies.
It must be a hard life, working as a nurse in a backward country.
The rainy season is backward this year.
She strode past him without a backward glance .
The car passed over the body twice, once backward and then forward.
He took two steps backward.
Many dentists will no longer treat National Health Service patients, which is a big backward step in this country.
At a certain age, it's not viable for men to take a backward step into unskilled work.
We need to accelerate the pace of change in our backward country.
He unlocked the door of apartment two and disappeared inside after a backward glance at Larry.
bend over backward 或 lean over backward
To make an effort greater than is required.
back, backward, hind, behind
reserved averse obdurate timid disinclined reticent shy refractory perverse reluctant pervicacious balky hesitant unruly wavering wayward stubborn bashful loath demure unwilling loathful mulish recalcitrant
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