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backline Line breaks: back|line
Pronunciation: /ˈbaklʌɪn/

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Definition of backline in English:


1A line marking the back of something, especially the area of play in a game.
1.1 Rugby The players lined out across the field behind a scrum or line-out.
2The amplifiers used by a popular music group for guitars and other instruments, typically placed across the back of the stage.

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