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Транскрипция и произношение слова "back" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

back / назад, обратно, вспять
back, backward, backwards, rearward, rearwards, astern
back, backward, inversely, backwards, vice versa, conversely
back, round, conversely
имя существительное
defender, back, protector, quarterback, advocate, guard
back, rear
back, backrest
имя прилагательное
rear, back, posterior, hind, tail, rearward
back, return, reverse, inverse, converse, opposite
rear, back, rearmost, dorsal
support, maintain, endorse, sustain, encourage, back
back down, retreat, digress, depart, recede, back
back, move back, recede, hang back, jib
имя прилагательное
of or at the back of something.
the back garden
(especially of wages or something published or released) from or relating to the past.
she was owed back pay
directed toward the rear or in a reversed course.
back currents
(of a sound) articulated at the back of the mouth.
Back vowels have their name because the sound resonates at the back of the mouth.
toward the rear; in the opposite direction from the one that one is facing or traveling.
she moved back a pace
expressing a return to an earlier or normal condition.
she put the book back on the shelf
in or into the past.
he made his fortune back in 1955
in return.
they wrote back to me
имя существительное
the rear surface of the human body from the shoulders to the hips.
he lay on his back
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 player in a field game whose initial position is behind the front line.
their backs showed some impressive running and passing
give financial, material, or moral support to.
he had a newspaper empire backing him
cover the back of (an object) in order to support, protect, or decorate it.
a mirror backed with tortoiseshell
walk or drive backward.
she tried to back away
(of a property) have its back adjacent to (a piece of land or body of water).
a row of cottages backed on the water
I never knew she loved me back
she wants to go back to her job
he wiped his mouth with the back of his hand
the left back is a poor defender
He had left the village some miles back and was deep in the English countryside now.
Mr Wilkins had to use back roads to get home from the market where he had been doing his shopping.
we met each other at the back of six
There are many little back roads and alleyways that are usually used as shortcuts into the town centre.
I think I may have heard him speak once, back then, but I don't remember it too clearly.
I thought at the very least I must have broken my back , the pain was that bad.