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in back

Definition of in back in English:

North American At the back of something, especially a building: my dad demolished an old shed in back of his barn
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  • I could see a garden and path leading into the forest, which was in back of the building.
  • My right leg is a little sore in back, and that just came about today.
  • I felt my eyes roll in back of my head, the way it happens when you are falling asleep while watching TV.
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