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  • /bæk/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: The posterior portion of the trunk of the human body between the neck and the pelvis; the dorsum.
  • noun: The analogous dorsal region in other animals.
  • noun: The backbone or spine.
  • noun: The part or area farthest from the front.
  • noun: The part opposite to or behind that adapted for view or use: the back of the hand; wrote on the back of the photograph.
  • noun: The reverse side, as of a coin.
  • noun: A part that supports or strengthens from the rear: the back of a couch.
  • noun: The part of a book where the pages are stitched or glued together into the binding.
  • noun: The binding itself.
  • noun: Sports A player who takes a position behind the front line of other players in certain games, such as football and soccer.
  • noun: Sports This playing position.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to move backward or in a reverse direction: Back the car up and then make the turn.
  • verb-transitive: To furnish or strengthen with a back or backing.
  • verb-transitive: To provide with financial or moral support; support or endorse: Unions backed the pro-labor candidate. See Synonyms at support.
  • verb-transitive: To provide with musical accompaniment. Often used with up.
  • verb-transitive: To bet or wager on.
  • verb-transitive: To adduce evidence in support of; substantiate: backed the argument with facts.
  • verb-transitive: To form the back or background of: Snowcapped mountains back the village.
  • verb-intransitive: To move backward: backed out of the garage.
  • verb-intransitive: To shift to a counterclockwise direction. Used of the wind.
  • adjective: Located or placed in the rear: Deliveries should be made at the back entrance.
  • adjective: Distant from a center of activity; remote.
  • adjective: Of a past date; not current: a back issue of a periodical.
  • adjective: Being owed or due from an earlier time; in arrears: back pay.
  • adjective: Being in a backward direction.
  • adjective: Linguistics Pronounced with the back of the tongue, as oo in cool. Used of vowels.
  • adverb: At, to, or toward the rear or back; backward.
  • adverb: In, to, or toward a former location: went back for the class reunion.
  • adverb: In, to, or toward a former condition.
  • adverb: In, to, or toward a past time.
  • adverb: In reserve or concealment.
  • adverb: In check or under restraint: Barriers held the crowd back.
  • adverb: In reply or return.
  • phrasal-verb: back away To withdraw from a position; retreat.
  • phrasal-verb: back down To withdraw from a position, opinion, or commitment.
  • phrasal-verb: back off To retreat or draw away.
  • phrasal-verb: back out To withdraw from something before completion.
  • phrasal-verb: back out To fail to keep a commitment or promise.
  • phrasal-verb: back up To cause to accumulate or undergo accumulation: The accident backed the traffic up for blocks. Traffic backed up in the tunnel.
  • phrasal-verb: back up Computer Science To make a backup of (a program or file).
  • idiom: back and fill Nautical To maneuver a vessel in a narrow channel by adjusting the sails so as to let the wind in and out of them in alteration.
  • idiom: back and fill To vacillate in one's actions or decisions.
  • idiom: back to back Consecutively and without interruption: presented three speeches back to back.
  • idiom: behind (one's) back In one's absence or without one's knowledge.
  • idiom: have (one's) back up To be angry or irritated.
  • idiom: off (someone's) back No longer nagging or urging someone to do something.
  • idiom: on (someone's) back Persistently nagging or urging someone to do something.
  • noun: A shallow vat or tub used chiefly by brewers.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • to be/lie on one's back būti nugalėtam
  • with one's back to the wallpriremtas prie sienos
  • nugara
  • to give one the back ignoruoti
  • nepaisyti
  • to crouch one's back beforežemintis
  • lenkti nugarą prieš ką nors
  • užpakalinė dalis
  • atvirkščioji pusė
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