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in back British & World English

At the back of something, especially a building

back in the day British & World English

In the past; some time ago

a stab in the back British & World English

A treacherous act or statement

plough something in/back British & World English

Plough grass or other material into the soil to enrich it

in back in back British & World English

At the back of something, especially a building

pay someone back in their own coin British & World English

Retaliate by similar behaviour

have eyes in the back of one's head British & World English

Know what is going on around one even when one cannot see it

throw something back in someone's face British & World English

Reject something in a brusque or ungracious manner

back in the day in back British & World English

In the past; some time ago

a stab in the back in stab British & World English

A treacherous act or statement


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