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hind1 British & World English

(Especially of a bodily part) situated at the back; posterior

hind2 British & World English

A female deer, especially a red deer or sika in and after the third year

hind3 British & World English

A skilled farm worker, typically married and with a tied cottage

hind- British & World English

(Added to nouns) at the back; posterior

Golden Hind British & World English

The ship in which Francis Drake circumnavigated the globe in 1577–80

on one's hind legs in leg British & World English

Standing up to make a speech

on one's hind legs British & World English

Standing up to make a speech

hindlimb British & World English

Either of the two back limbs of an animal

hindwing British & World English

Either of the two back wings of a four-winged insect

hindbrain British & World English

The lower part of the brainstem, comprising the cerebellum, pons, and medulla oblongata

hindquarters British & World English

The hind legs and adjoining parts of a quadruped

hind English Thesaurus

the horse shied and stood up on its hind legs

hind English-Spanish

trasero

to get on one's hind legs in leg English-Spanish

ponerse* de pie, pararse AmL, ponerse* bravo