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fall back verb

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retirarse, replegarse

Example sentences of
fall back verb

  • resistance from native forces was greater than expected, and the invading army was forced to fall back

Synonyms of
fall back verb

back verb

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backed, has backed, is backing, backs
estar detrás de, formar el fondo de

Example sentences of
back verb

  • I'm backing him for President.
  • She backed the winner of the race and won a lot of money.
  • She backed her argument with written evidence.
  • She backed the singer on the guitar.
  • She backed into a parking space.
  • She backed out of the garage.
  • The dog kept growling but backed off cautiously.
  • back a skirt with stiff material
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¿Sabes el significado de back up?
  • Back up significa respaldar > The soldiers backed up their captain when the army accused him of treason. Back up también significa retroceder > He tried to back up his car in the busy road.

Detailed synonyms for back verb

See: Recede, Support

go back verb

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volver, regresar, retroceder

Example sentences of
go back verb

  • I forgot my purse and had to go back for it.

get back verb

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volver, regresar

Example sentences of
get back verb

  • When did you get back from your vacation?
  • Things are finally getting back to normal.
  • The distraught owner cried that she would do anything to get back her lost dog.

keep back verb

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mantener alejado; contener

give back verb

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devolver

Example sentences of
give back verb

  • He gave back the money he found to the person who'd lost it.

take back verb

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retirar (palabras, etc.)

Example sentences of
take back verb

  • I take back what I said about her: she's not the fool I thought she was.

get someone's back verb

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apoyar a alguien

have someone's back verb

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apoyar a alguien

Reverse translation for to back

retirarse  - to retreat, to withdraw, to retire 
replegarse  - to retreat, to withdraw 
volver  - to return, to come or go back, to turn, to turn over, to turn inside out, to return, to repay, to restore, to revert, to cause, to make 
regresar  - to return, to come back, to go back, to give back 
retroceder  - to move back, to turn back, to back off, to back down, to recoil (of a firearm) 
volver  - to return, to come or go back, to turn, to turn over, to turn inside out, to return, to repay, to restore, to revert, to cause, to make 
regresar  - to return, to come back, to go back, to give back 
contener  - to contain, to hold, to restrain, to hold back 
devolver  - to return, to give back, to vomit, to throw up, to refund, to pay back, to vomit, to bring up 
retirar  (palabras, etc.) - to remove, to take away, to recall, to withdraw, to take out 
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