back

[bæk] 1. noun
1) (in man, the part of the body from the neck to the bottom of the spine: She lay on her back.) hrbet
2) (in animals, the upper part of the body: She put the saddle on the horse's back.) hrbet
3) (that part of anything opposite to or furthest from the front: the back of the house; She sat at the back of the hall.) hrbtna stran, zadnji del
4) (in football, hockey etc a player who plays behind the forwards.) branilec
2. adjective
(of or at the back: the back door.) zadnji
3. adverb
1) (to, or at, the place or person from which a person or thing came: I went back to the shop; He gave the car back to its owner.) nazaj
2) (away (from something); not near (something): Move back! Let the ambulance get to the injured man; Keep back from me or I'll hit you!) stran
3) (towards the back (of something): Sit back in your chair.) zadaj
4) (in return; in response to: When the teacher is scolding you, don't answer back.) nazaj
5) (to, or in, the past: Think back to your childhood.) nazaj
4. verb
1) (to (cause to) move backwards: He backed (his car) out of the garage.) vzvratno peljati
2) (to help or support: Will you back me against the others?) podpreti
3) (to bet or gamble on: I backed your horse to win.) staviti na
- backbite
- backbiting
- backbone
- backbreaking
- backdate
- backfire
- background
- backhand
5. adverb
(using backhand: She played the stroke backhand; She writes backhand.) z backhandom; nazaj nagnjeno
- back-number
- backpack
- backpacking: go backpacking
- backpacker
- backside
- backslash
- backstroke
- backup
- backwash
- backwater
- backyard
- back down
- back of
- back on to
- back out
- back up
- have one's back to the wall
- put someone's back up
- take a back seat
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I [bæk]
noun
hrbet, hrbtišče; zadnja, spodnja stran; naslonilo, hrbtnik; velik čeber, sod; sport branilec, zaščitnik
at the back — za
behind the back of s.o. figuratively za hrbtom komu
the back of beyond — zelo daleč od tod
to break the back of s.th. — opraviti glavni del naloge
to be cast on one's back — doživeti poraz
back and belly — obleka in hrana
the Backs — parki za študentskimi domovi v Cambridgeu
to get to the back — izslediti vzroke
to have s.o. on one's back — imeti koga na vratu
to give ( —ali make) a back — pripogniti se
I can make neither back nor edge of him — ne spoznam se v njem
at the back of one's mind — podzavestno
to be on one's back — ležati bolan
to be thoroughly on one's back — biti popolnoma na koncu
to put one's back into — z vso vnemo se lotiti
to put up one's back — razhuditi se
to see the back of s.o. — znebiti se koga
to bave a strong back — veliko prenesti
to turn one's back upon s.o. — obračati hrbet komu, zapustiti koga
to get one's back up — trdovratno se upirati
with one's back to the wall — v hudi stiski
II [bæk]
adjective
hrbten; nazadujoč, zaostal; zadnji; zastarel, nazadnjaški
back number — stara številka (časopisa); slang nemoderen človek, starokopitnež; zastarel način
back rent — neplačana najemnina
to take a back seat — imeti skromno službo, ne siliti v ospredje
back view — pogled od zadaj
III [bæk]
adverb
nazaj; zadaj; nekoč, prej; spet, znova
to be back — vrniti se
back and forth — sem in tja
to go back on s.o. — pustiti koga na cedilu
back off — izza
never to look back — imeti v vsem srečo
to pay s.o. back (in his own coin) — vrniti komu milo za drago
to keep back — utajiti
to go back from ( —ali upon) one's word — besedo snesti, preklicati
to hang back — mečkati, omahovati
to hold ( —ali keep) back — zadrževati
to talk ( —ali answer) back — ugovarjati, oporekati
IV [bæk]
1.
intransitive verb
nazaj stopiti, umikati se; zmuzniti se;
2.
transitive verb
nazaj potisniti, nazaj gnati, nazaj voziti; podpreti, podpirati; pomagati; staviti; (o)krepiti; biti opora; biti ozadje; indosirati
I'll back myself against any odds — stavim ne vem kaj
to back a horse — zajahati konja; staviti na konja
to back the wrong horse — ušteti se, staviti na napačno karto
to back the oars, to back astern — nazaj veslati
to back and fill — kolebati, ne se odločiti
to back on one's word — besedo snesti
to back on s.o. — izdati koga, pustiti ga na cedilu
to back a cheque — indosirati ček
marine back her! — vozi nazaj!
to back water — nazaj veslati

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