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Back — synonyms, back antonyms, definition

1. back (o)

13 synonyms
aback abaft after astern away backward behind following in back of in reverse off rearward to the rear

2. back (a)

16 synonyms
aback aft after astern backward behind hind hindmost in back of out back posterior rear rearward remote tail to the rear

3. back (Noun)

31 synonym
aback after ass backbone backrest behind binding book binding butt cover dorsum end football player hind posterior quarter quarter-back rachis rear rearward • • •
1 antonym
9 definitions

back (Noun) — The posterior part of a human (or animal) body from the neck to the end of the spine. ex. "his back was nicely tanned"

back (Noun) — The side that goes last or is not normally seen. ex. "he wrote the date on the back of the photograph"

back (Noun) — The part of something that is furthest from the normal viewer. ex. "he stood at the back of the stage"

back (Noun) — (football) a person who plays in the backfield.

back (Noun) — The series of vertebrae forming the axis of the skeleton and protecting the spinal cord. ex. "the fall broke his back"

back (Noun) — The protective covering on the front, back, and spine of a book.

back (Noun) — The part of a garment that covers the back of your body. ex. "they pinned a 'kick me' sign on his back"

back (Noun) — A support that you can lean against while sitting. ex. "the back of the dental chair was adjustable"

back (Noun) — (American football) the position of a player on a football team who is stationed behind the line of scrimmage.

12 types of
body part cloth covering football player footballer place position protection protective cover protective covering side skeletal structure support
25 types
after part cantle chine empennage field general flanker flanker back fullback half binding halfback ladder-back line backer linebacker notochord poop quarter quarterback running back signal caller stern • • •
15 parts
canalis vertebralis coccyx dorsal vertebra intervertebral disc intervertebral disk lat latissimus dorsi lumbar vertebra saddle small spinal canal tail bone thoracic vertebra vertebra vertebral canal
10 parts of
axial skeleton backfield body book car seat chair secondary torso trunk volume

4. back (Verb)

62 synonyms
abet advocate affirm aid apologise apologize assert assist authorise authorize back up bankroll bear up befriend bet bet on capitalise capitalize certify defend • • •
3 antonyms
advance front veer
10 definitions

back (Verb) — Pick one person to give support and approval to in a particular role. ex. "I backed Kennedy in 1960"

back (Verb) — Travel backward. ex. "back into the driveway" ex. "The car backed up and hit the tree"

back (Verb) — Give support or one's approval to. ex. "I can't back this plan"

back (Verb) — Cause to travel backward. ex. "back the car into the parking spot"

back (Verb) — Support financial backing for. ex. "back this enterprise"

back (Verb) — Be in back of. ex. "My garage backs their yard"

back (Verb) — Place a bet on. ex. "Which horse are you backing?"

back (Verb) — Shift to a counterclockwise direction. ex. "the wind backed"

back (Verb) — Establish as valid or genuine. ex. "Can you back up your claims?"

back (Verb) — Strengthen by providing with a back or backing.

26 types of
O.K. affirm approve back up bet change over confirm corroborate finance go lie locomote move ok okay play sanction shift strengthen substantiate • • •
8 types
ante back out champion defend double up guarantee parlay warrant
2 see also
back out back up

5. back (a/o)

5 synonyms
aft astern behind rearward to the rear

6. back (Adjective)

1 synonym
1 antonym
4 definitions

back (Adjective) — Related to or located at the back. ex. "the back yard" ex. "the back entrance"

back (Adjective) — Located at or near the back of an animal. ex. "back legs"

back (Adjective) — Of an earlier date. ex. "back issues of the magazine"

back (Adjective) — Far from the main area or way. ex. "she knows a back route"

7. back (Adverb)

2 synonyms
backwards rearwards
1 antonym
6 definitions

back (Adverb) — In, to or toward a former location. ex. "she went back to her parents' house"

back (Adverb) — At or to or toward the back or rear. ex. "he moved back"

back (Adverb) — In, to or toward an original condition. ex. "he went back to sleep"

back (Adverb) — In, to or toward a past time. ex. "set the clocks back an hour" ex. "never look back"

back (Adverb) — In reply. ex. "he wrote back three days later"

back (Adverb) — In repayment or retaliation. ex. "we paid back everything we had borrowed" ex. "he hit me and I hit him back" ex. "I was kept in after school for talking back to the teacher"