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back to front
Pronunciation: /ˌbak tə ˈfrʌnt/

Definition of back to front in English:

British With the back at the front and the front at the back: the exhausts had been fitted back to front
More example sentences
  • The top is a unique reversible front to back, back to front style.
  • ‘You know, the baseball caps on back to front, mobile phone glued to the ear, the unbridled arrogance,’ he recalled.
  • The whole thing seemed upside down, back to front.
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