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副詞
  • ja

    〔元の位置に〕戻って、帰って

    Globify による定義
  • en

    in, into, or to the place, position, condition or situation where someone or something was before

    Globify による定義
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It won’t take much soap to wash this.
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Put it back!
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All right. Maybe I'll try to go back to sleep.
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But I'll leave the flashlight here just in case you wake up.
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Give it back!
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Sure. Yeah.
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- Here. - Thanks.
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Put it back where you got it from.
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Where’s your mother?
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Maria!
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After 2 minutes, both of you are across.
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And you, as the quickest, run back with the lantern.
名詞
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    背(中)

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    the part of your body that is opposite to the front, from your shoulders to your legs

  • Not unless Bigfoot has a zipper running down his back.

    From 1 Moment From EVERY Episode of iCarly! ? NickRewind

  • Oh, your back is very wet.

    From Rosa Opens Up - Brooklyn Nine-Nine

  • Slide that paddle under his back.

    From Yellowstone Season 2 in 10 Minutes | Paramount Network

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  • ja

    過去に、遡って

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    in or towards a past time

  • Back then, there was nobody in this country who didn't know who Jimmy Hoffa was.

    From The Irishman | Official Trailer | Netflix

  • I used to live here, back when I was poor.

    From Silicon Valley | Ten Years Later: The Extended Pied Piper Documentary | HBO

  • Back then—

    From Christina Aguilera Carpool Karaoke - Extended Cut

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    離れて、下がって

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    away from someone or something

  • All right, everyone stay back.

    From Ellen's Writer Tricks Tourists on a Los Angeles Wildlife Safari Tour

  • You know, you have to stay back.

    From Friends: Phoebe Gets The Pox (Season 2 Clip) | TBS

  • You should still stay back.

    From Rick and Morty: Why Morty Matters

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動詞
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    支援[支持]する

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    to give financial, material, or moral support to something or someone

  • My fans backed me at nearly 1.2 million,

    From The art of asking | Amanda Palmer

  • Thanks for backing me.

    From Top 10 Actors With Only One Good Movie

  • And yet, you got Marlowe St. John to back me.

    From Mateo Tells Vanessa That He Believes in Her - The Baker and the Beauty

  • And 3 more examples...