Word: back

Category: back

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Related words: back

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Synonyms: back

rear, rearmost, backmost, hind, hindmost, hinder, posterior, past, old, previous, earlier, former, out of date

Translations: back

spanish
canto, lomo, defensa, espalda, atrás, ...


german
rucken, hintere, kehrseite, unterstützen, fond, ...

french
derrière, dossier, soutenir, postérieur, dos, ...

italian
appoggiare, retro, sostenere, posteriore, schiena, ...

portuguese
dorso, costas

dutch
achterzijde, achteruit, terug, steunen, rugstuk, ...

russian
ретроград, зад, финансировать, переплести, вспять, ...

norwegian
bakside, rygg, tilbake

swedish
rygg, bakåt, backa, tillbaka

finnish
taaksepäin, kannattaa, selkäranka, puoltaa, selkäpii, ...

danish
bagside, tilbage, ryg

czech
zadní, záda, zpátky, podporovat, couvat, ...

polish
powracanie, cofać, podpierać, odwrotny, powrót, ...

hungarian
vissza, hátsó

turkish
geri, omurga, arkalık, yine, belkemiği, ...

greek
πλάτη, υποστηρίζω, ενισχύω

ukrainian
спинка, переплести, ретроград, осаджувати

albanian
përsëri, prapa, shpinë, kurriz

bulgarian
назад

belarusian
сьпiна, адзаду, абараняць

estonian
tagakülg, tagurdama, toetama

croatian
zadnje, prethodna, naličje, pozadi, nazad, ...

icelandic
bak, hryggur, aftur

latin
dorsum

lithuanian
atgal, užpakalis, nugarkaulis, stuburas

latvian
aizmugure, mugurkauls, mugura

macedonian
назад, врати, грбот, се врати, задниот

romanian
spate, spinare, dos

slovenian
nazaj, zdani, hrbet

slovak
zadok, zadní, späť, týl, chrbát

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The meaning and "use of": back

adjective
  • of or at the back of something.
  • (especially of wages or something published or released) from or relating to the past.
  • directed toward the rear or in a reversed course.
  • (of a sound) articulated at the back of the mouth.

adverb
  • toward the rear; in the opposite direction from the one that one is facing or traveling.
  • expressing a return to an earlier or normal condition.
  • in or into the past.
  • in return.

noun
  • the rear surface of the human body from the shoulders to the hips.
  • the side or part of something that is away from the spectator or from the direction in which it moves or faces; the rear.
  • a player in a field game whose initial position is behind the front line.

verb
  • give financial, material, or moral support to.
  • cover the back of (an object) in order to support, protect, or decorate it.
  • walk or drive backward.
  • (of a property) have its back adjacent to (a piece of land or body of water).

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