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Synonyms for back

backwards

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again

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at a distance

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ago

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rear

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end

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reverse

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rear

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rearmost

gamble on

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  • gamble on
  • bet (money) on
  • speculate on
  • punt on
  • put money on
  • take a risk on
  • put your shirt on
  • stake money on
  • chance money on
  • wager money on
  • pledge money on
  • venture money on

back off from something

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  • retreat from
  • withdraw from
  • depart from
  • shrink from
  • pull back from
  • draw back from

back out of something: withdraw from

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  • withdraw from
  • abandon
  • cancel
  • pull out of
  • retire from
  • resign from
  • drop out of
  • give up on
  • retreat from
  • go back on
  • renege on
  • flip-flop on
  • backtrack on
  • chicken out of
  • cop out of
  • detach yourself from
  • recant on
  • disengage yourself from

back out of something: withdraw from

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  • withdraw from
  • retire from
  • reverse from
  • retreat from
  • pull back from
  • back off from
  • back away from
  • recoil from
  • draw back from
  • turn tail from

Synonyms for back

the part or area farthest from the front

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to supply capital to or for

to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

to present evidence in support of

back down: to abandon a former position or commitment

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located in the rear

in or toward a former location or condition

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the posterior part of a human (or animal) body from the neck to the end of the spine

the side that goes last or is not normally seen

the part of something that is furthest from the normal viewer

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the protective covering on the front, back, and spine of a book

the part of a garment that covers the back of your body

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a support that you can lean against while sitting

(American football) the position of a player on a football team who is stationed behind the line of scrimmage

give support or one's approval to

cause to travel backward

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support financial backing for

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be in back of

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shift to a counterclockwise direction

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establish as valid or genuine

strengthen by providing with a back or backing

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related to or located at the back

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located at or near the back of an animal

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of an earlier date

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at or to or toward the back or rear

in or to or toward a past time

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The other half will be put back into the Home Office's crime fighting budget.
The low-cholesterol fraction is then put back into the milk, which can be used in such products as butter, ice cream, cheese and yogurt.
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The Board of Education should demand that oversight be put back into the oversight committee,'' Mullinax said.
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ALBERT, Alberta -- Goldtech Mining Corporation, the Company (OTCBB:GMNC), announced today that it has entered into discussions with a former tin smelter to purchase the company's tin concentrates from the Golpejas property, when it is put back into operation.
Valley leaders and the city agreed to the sector with the clear understanding that cost efficiencies would improve and therefore service would improve as the savings were put back into the Valley for additional bus routes, increased hours of operation and greater frequency.
More wells will be put back into operation as soon as possible, beginning in January 2005.