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back
1. n
1) спина́ ж
2) спи́нка ж (of a chair)
3) спорт защи́тник м
- be back to the wall
- be off one's back
- be on one's back
- get one's back up
- like water off a duck's back
- scratch one's back
- you scratch my back and I will scratch yours
- stab in the back
- turn one's back on smb
2. a
1) за́дний

back door — а) чёрный ход б) sl авто за́дняя две́рца

2) глухо́й, отдалённый

back street — закоу́лок м, отдалённая у́лица

3) заде́ржанный, просро́ченный

back pay — расчёт за́дним число́м

back payment — просро́ченный платёж

- back seat
- back-talk
3. ad
наза́д

take back — взять обра́тно

- draw back
- fall back
- from way back
- get back at smb
- hang back
- hold back
- sit back
4.
(up) v
1) подде́рживать

we will always back him (up) — мы всегда́ его́ подде́ржим

2) авто подава́ть наза́д

will you back (up) your car, please — пода́йте, пожа́луйста, немно́го наза́д ва́шу маши́ну


The Americanisms. English-Russian dictionary.. 2014.

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