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  1. back

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    • n.
      the rear surface of the human body from the shoulders to the hips;the upper surface of an animal's body that corresponds to a person's back
    • adv.
      in the opposite direction from the one that one is facing or travelling towards;expressing movement of the body into a reclining position
    • v.
      give financial, material, or moral support to;supplement in order to strengthen
    • adj.
      of or at the back of something;in a remote or subsidiary position
    • noun: back, plural noun: backs

    • verb: back, 3rd person present: backs, gerund or present participle: backing, past tense: backed, past participle: backed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the rear surface of the human body from the shoulders to the hips:

      he lay on his back

      back pain

    • 2. the upper surface of an animal's body that corresponds to a person's back:

      the adults have white bodies with grey backs

    • 3. the spine of a person or animal.
    • 4. the main structure of a ship's hull or an aircraft's fuselage:

      Demetrius broke its back on the rocks in a force 11 gale

    • 5. the part of a chair against which the sitter's back rests.
    • 6. the part of a garment that covers a person's back:

      a top with a scooped neckline and a low back

    • 7. a person's back regarded as carrying a load or bearing an imposition:

      the Press are on my back

    • 8. the side or part of something that is away from the spectator or from the direction in which it moves or faces; the rear:

      at the back of the hotel is a secluded garden

      a rubber dinghy with an engine at the back

    • 9. the position directly behind someone or something:

      she unbuttoned her dress from the back

    • 10. the side or part of an object that is not normally seen or used:

      the back of a postcard

    • 11. a player in a team game who plays in a defensive position behind the forwards:

      their backs showed some impressive running and passing

    • 12. the grounds of Cambridge colleges which back on to the River Cam.
    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. in the opposite direction from the one that one is facing or travelling towards:

      he moved back a pace

      she walked away without looking back

    • 2. expressing movement of the body into a reclining position:

      he leaned back in his chair

      sit back and relax

    • 3. at a distance away:

      keep back from the roadside

    • 4. behind:

      he knew that other people were back of him

    • 5. losing by a specified margin:

      the team was five points back

    • 6. so as to return to an earlier or normal position or condition:

      she put the book back on the shelf

      he drove to Glasgow and back in a day

    • 7. at a place previously left or mentioned:

      the folks back home are counting on him

    • 8. fashionable again:

      sideburns are back

    • 9. in or into the past:

      he made his fortune back in 1955

    • 10. in return:

      they wrote back to me

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give financial, material, or moral support to:

      he had a newspaper empire backing him

      his mother backed him up on everything

    • 2. supplement in order to strengthen:

      firefighters, backed up by helicopters and planes, fought to bring the flames under control

    • 3. be in favour of:

      over 97 per cent backed the changes

    • 4. (in popular music) provide musical accompaniment to (a singer or musician):

      on his new album he is backed by an American group

    • 5. bet money on (a person or animal) winning a race or contest:

      he backed the horse at 33–1

    • 6. cover the back of (an article) in order to support, protect, or decorate it:

      a mirror backed with tortoiseshell

    • 7. walk or drive backwards:

      she tried to back away

      the government backed away from the plan

    • 8. (of the wind) change direction anticlockwise around the points of the compass:

      the wind had backed to the north-west

    • 9. put (a sail) aback in order to slow the vessel down or assist in turning through the wind.
    • 10. (of a building or other structure) have its back facing or adjacent to:

      his garage wall backs on to the neighbouring property

    • 11. lie behind or at the back of:

      the promenade is backed by lots of cafes

    • 12. put a piece of music on the less important side of (a vinyl recording):

      the new single is backed with a track from the LP

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. of or at the back of something:

      the back garden

      the back pocket of his jeans

    • 2. in a remote or subsidiary position:

      back roads

    • 3. from or relating to the past:

      she was owed back pay

    • 4. directed towards the rear or in a reversed course:

      a back header

    • 5. (of a sound) articulated at the back of the mouth:

      a long back vowel, as in 'dance' or 'bath'

    • n. help or support:

    • the foreign secretary won the backing of opposition parties

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    • n. support or help:

    • he accepted the backing of the police group

      they had financial backing from local firms

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    • n.
      the end of something which is furthest from the front or the working end:
    • the back end of the car swung round
    • adj.
      relating to the end of a project, process, or investment:
    • many annuities have back-end surrender charges

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    • n.
      the end of something that is farthest from the front or the working end:
    • the back end of the car swung around
    • adj.
      relating to the end or outcome of a project, process, or investment:
    • many annuities have back-end surrender charges

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    • v. move the pedals of a bicycle backwards (formerly to brake).

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    • n.
      the door or entrance at the back of a building.
    • adj.
      (of an activity) clandestine; underhanded:
    • backdoor private deals

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    • n. the rear door of a building.

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    • n. the buying back of goods by the original seller.

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    • n.
      the rear surface of the human body from the shoulders to the hips:
    • he lay on his back

      back pain

    • adv.
      toward the rear; in the opposite direction from the one that one is facing or traveling:
    • she moved back a pace

      she walked away without looking back

    • v.
      give financial, material, or moral support to:
    • he had a newspaper empire backing him

      go up there and tell them—I'll back you up

    • adj.
      of or at the back of something:
    • the back garden

      the back pocket of his jeans

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