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wing back Inglés británico e internacional

A player who plays in a wide position on the field, taking part both in attack and defence

half back New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, one word in US)

take back New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

transfer (text) to the previous line

tie-back New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

cord to hold something back

back-to-back Inglés británico e internacional

(Of houses) built in a continuous terrace backing on to another terrace, with a party wall or a narrow alley between

back water Inglés británico e internacional

Reverse the action of a boat’s oars to slow down or stop

back alley Inglés británico e internacional

A narrow passage behind or between buildings

back bacon Inglés británico e internacional

Lean bacon from the back or loin of a pig

back boiler Inglés británico e internacional

A boiler supplying hot water or heating that is built in behind a fireplace or is an integral part of a gas fire

back-burner Inglés británico e internacional

Postpone consideration of or action on

back button Inglés británico e internacional

(In a graphical user interface) an icon, typically displaying an arrow pointing to the left, that may be selected in order to return to the previous page or screen

back-fanged Inglés británico e internacional

(Of a snake such as a boomslang) having the rear one or two pairs of teeth modified as fangs, with grooves to conduct the venom

back focus Inglés británico e internacional

The distance between the back of a lens and the image of an object at infinity

back issue Inglés británico e internacional

A past issue of a journal or magazine

back number Inglés británico e internacional

An issue of a periodical earlier than the current one

back office Inglés británico e internacional

An office or centre in which the administrative work of a business is carried out, as opposed to its dealings with customers

back order Inglés británico e internacional

A retailer’s order for a product which is temporarily out of stock with the supplier

back-pedal Inglés británico e internacional

Reverse one’s previous action or opinion

back slang Inglés británico e internacional

Slang in which words are spoken as though they were spelled backwards (e.g. redraw for warder)

button-back Inglés británico e internacional

Denoting a chair or sofa with a quilted back, the stitching being hidden by buttons

centre back Inglés británico e internacional

A defender who plays in the middle of the field

double back Inglés británico e internacional

Go back in the direction one has come

knock-back Inglés británico e internacional

A refusal, rejection, or setback

ladder-back Inglés británico e internacional

An upright chair with a back resembling a ladder

money-back Inglés británico e internacional

Denoting an agreement or guarantee that provides for the customer’s money to be refunded if they are not satisfied

right back Inglés británico e internacional

A defender in soccer or field hockey who plays primarily in a position on the right of the field

stand back Inglés británico e internacional

Withdraw from a situation emotionally in order to view it more objectively

swept-back Inglés británico e internacional

(Of an aircraft wing) positioned to point somewhat backwards

think back Inglés británico e internacional

Recall a past event or time

write-back Inglés británico e internacional

The process of restoring to profit a provision for bad or doubtful debts previously made against profits and no longer required

back-pedal Tesauro Inglés

although agreeing at first to the peace plan, they soon began to back-pedal

back stairs New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, one word as adjective)

knock-back New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as verb)


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