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a backhanded compliment a pat on the back a slap on the back a snappy come-back A snappy comeback a while back/ago After saying he agreed to the terms, he tried to back out by making a lot of conditions an encouraging pat on the back archive data backup as bald as a baby’s backside at the back of beyond back and forth back me or sack me Back me or sack me! Back off! back scuttle back to basics back to front back to the grind Back up a little! back-to-back backhanded compliment backhander backroom boy backside backstage backward and forward Come back to earth! comebackkid Could you ask him/her to call me back, please crick in the back Do some back-of-the-envelope calculations before all the facts come in. Don’t piss down my back and tell me it’s raining! Even you are not rich enough, Sir Robert, to buy back your past. No man is. feedback Get back to me when you have an actual proposal/suggestion Get off my back! getting back on what I was saying go back on one’s word Going back to what I was saying ... greenback Have you had any feedback from customers on/about the new system? He asked us back for a coffee He backed dowm from what he had said the day before He bent over backwards He comes from a background of poverty He gave him the shirt off his back He never goes back on what he promises He’d give you the shirt off his back He’ll have the shirt off your back He’s away on a business trip and won’t be back until next week Hit me back hold-back I don’t have eyes in the back of my head I don’t want to speak too soon, but it looks like things are back to normal I have a monkey on my back I have to backpedal/row back I hope you’ll back my plan I scratch your back - you scratch mine I want you to back me up in the matter I will have to get back to you on that I would give that man the shirt off my back I’d like to move back to London. I’ll be back later I’ll call back later I’ll get back to you nearer the time I’ll get back to you on that I’ll pay you back for your insolent behaviour. Take my word for it I’ve got my money back at last I’ve got your back I’ve just got to get my breath back! I’ve my back to the wall If there is anything happening I will get back to you If you don’t go forwards you go backwards in the back of beyond It is perfectly monstrous […] the way people go about nowadays saying things against one behind one’s ba... It went like water off a duck’s back It’s back to everyday life now It’s like water off a duck’s back to me It’s no skin off my back It’s the last straw that breaks the camel’s back Just let me get my breath back! laid back laid-back May the face of every good news and the back of every bad news be toward to us May the road rise to meet you. - May the wind be always at your back. - May the sun shine warm upon your face.... My back is killing me! Now I’m back to normal on horseback on the back of a victory on the back of the page Our institute takes children from all backgrounds People will not look forward to posterity, who never look backward to their ancestors piggyback Please remind me to phone back Political background information and political links are explained clearly satisfaction or money back set-back She’s back home She’s quite a back number Soft beds are murder on my back something fell off the back of a lorry stab in the back talk back Thank goodness she’s leaving at last! I shall be glad to see the back of her That dates back several years That’s a back-breaking work The annual Carnival in the Rhineland can also be traced back to the Roman influence the back of beyond The boss is rather irritable today. Be careful not to put his back up The car backed into the garage The cat arched its back The hair will grow back the last straw that breaks the camel’s back The questions put to him were searching, he had his back to the wall The romantic backdrop highlights one thing above all others: love the straw that breaks the camel’s back there and back They claimed their money back They have challenged the government to back out of the nuclear energy program This fell off the back of a lorry This must be the backside of the universe Those who can’t use their head must use their back Those who voted for that candidate may now find that they have backed the wrong horse to back a car out of the garage to back down to back off to back off the car to back out to back out of a deal to back out of something to back someone up to back the wrong horse to back wrong horse to back-pedal to be a back number to be back at it to be back at square one to be back on one’s feet to be back on one’s feet again to be back on the rails to be back on track to be back to square one to be back to the drawing board to be fed up to here/to the back teeth to be fed up to the back teeth to be on one’s back to be put back a class to be taken aback to bend over backwards to bounce back to break one’s back to break the back of to bring back to life to come back to come back empty-handed to come back to haunt to cut back to date back to drop back/behind to fall back to fall back upon/on someone/something to fall over backwards to do something to feed back to fight back one’s tears to find back to force back to get back at someone to get back home To get back my youth I would do anything in the world, except take exercise, get up early, or be respectable. to get back on one’s feet To get back one’s youth, one has merely to repeat one’s follies. to get back to the grindstone to get back to what we were saying to get off someone’s back to get one’s back up to get one’s ears pinned back to get one’s own back to get one’s own back on someone to get someone off one’s back to get this monkey off one’s back to give someone a backhander to give someone a piggyback to give someone the shirt off one’s back to give something back to someone to go back to go back on to go back on a decision to go back on one’s promise to go back on one’s word to go back on something to go back to to go back to normal to go back to the drawing-board to hand back to hang back to have a face like the back of a bus to have a monkey on one’s back to have been to hell and back To have been well brought up is a great drawback nowadays. It shuts one out from so much. to have no backbone to have one’s back to the wall to have one’s back up against a wall to have someone/something on one’s back/hands To help somebody back on his feet to help someone back to his feet to hit back at somebody [verbally] to hold someone back to keep someone on the back burner to keep something at the back of one’s mind to knock back a drink to knock/set someone back to know something back to front to know something backwards/in and out/off pat to know something like the back of one’s hand to land on one’s backside to need to have one’s ears pinned back to never look back to pay 1000 Euros back tax to pay back to pay back in kind to pay someone back in his own coin to piggyback on something to pin back one’s ears to pin someone’s arms behind his back to pin someone’s ears back to pull back to push a thought to the back of one’s mind to put one’s back into something to put somebody in a backwater to put someone’s back up to put something on ice/on the back burner to put the company back on track to put/get someone’s back/dander/monkey up to put/turn the clock back to reach back to to ride piggyback to see the back of someone to set/rock someone back on his heels to sit back and take things easy to slap someone on the back to stand back and do nothing to start back to step back from something to strike back at someone to suffer a setback to take a back seat to take a backseat to talk back to toss back a drink to trace back to the fact to turn back the clock to turn one’s back on someone to welcome someone back into the fold To win back my youth, Gerald, there is nothing I wouldn’t do - except take exercise, get up early, or be... Tomorrow it’s back to the rat race We are really in the back of beyond We have been receiving extremely positive feedback from our users wetback Who needs a backyard anyway? You begrudge me the shirt on my back You scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours You will be able to finish your work in time, if you put your back into it You won’t be back by then, will you? You’ll be back tomorrow, right? You’ll be back tomorrow, won’t you? You’ve got the sweater on backwards [I’ll] be right back

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