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backadverb

  • ja過去に、昔に
  • enin or towards a past time

Examples

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Back then, there was nobody in this country who didn't know who Jimmy Hoffa was.
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He's got a gun! Get that gun out of his hand!
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You always charge a guy with a gun.
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- Hi. - Hey.
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I used to live here, back when I was poor.
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- Cool. - No offense.
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None taken, I guess.
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It was a good time.
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Wait, are we saying Timberlake was the main dude in the 'MMC'?
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- He had swag, I have to say. - Did he?
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Back then—
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Even back then?
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Back then he had swag.
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Sam and Cat, this is my friend and fellow elderly, Stank Maxwell.
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This is my granddaughter.
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Yeah, yeah, great to meet you. Are you sure he's famous?
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Oh, my goodness, yes!
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Back in the 80s, he was all over the news!
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He even had his own breakfast cereal, Shredded Stank.
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Oh, my!
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Right! What is that?
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You know what, man? This is Halloween 2012.
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Everyone wore a Slenderman costume back then, dude.
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Now, your old man,
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he came up with some really golden lingo back in the day.
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I used to be kinda overweight back then,
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and people used to call me "fat" and stuff.
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Way back almost a decade ago, I played Chairy.
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We did a Pee-Wees Playhouse parody,
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and I created an entire chair costume.

Other meanings for back...

backnoun

  • ja背(中)
  • enthe part of your body that is opposite to the front, from your shoulders to your legs
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Are his feet big?
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Did we get Bigfoot?
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Not unless Bigfoot has a zipper running down his back.
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Hey!
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You are not a bad person.
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If we get out of this alive, I promise you I will help you however I can.
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Wow, thank you.
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Oh, your back is very wet.
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Yeah, I guess between the fur coat and all the cocaine, I've been sweating a lot.
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Dad.
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Put him up on the table.
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Slide that paddle under his back.
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That's great. Stop.
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Ah, come on, hey, just put your arms around me, yeah?
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I'm sorry.
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No. It's okay.
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But if I'm Marge, my breasts are coming out my back.

backadverb

  • ja〔元の位置に〕戻って、帰って
  • enin, into, or to the place, position, condition or situation where someone or something was before
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- Come back, Freddie. Come back. - Yeah.
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- Yeah, big boy. - Yeah, come back.
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Are you gonna stop?
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Nah, I’m still pretty thirsty.
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Give it back!
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Sure. Yeah.
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- Here. - Thanks.
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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.
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Will you listen to my husband? He's a detective!
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- I'll put it back. - Don't put it back.
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No!
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It won’t take much soap to watch this.
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Put it back!

backadverb

  • ja戻って、逆戻りして
  • enaway from someone or something
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He's not friendly.
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All right, everyone stay back.
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Stay back.
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He's not friendly.
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Sir, with the video camera, back.
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Hey, baby, I'm ba—
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Hey, Ryan, what's up?
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- What's going on? - Oh, no, no.
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You know, you have to stay back.
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I have the pox.
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You should still stay back.
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Morty, how many of these—
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Too many, Rick! Too many!
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Stay back!
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Or the ginger nut gets it.
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Ow!
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Back, back all of you, further, further.
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Thank you.
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Okay, now, buddy. Stay cool.
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Let's talk.
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Stay back.
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Don't touch me!
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Hi.
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Move up a little bit more.
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Okay, alright, there—
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And then move back a little bit.
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Okay, move up again, okay.

backverb

  • jato give financial, material, or moral support to something or someone
  • ento give financial, material, or moral support to something or someone
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And the goal was $100,000.
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My fans backed me at nearly 1.2 million,
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which was the biggest music crowdfunding project to date.
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Thanks, Michael.
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Thanks for backing me.
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It's what editors do.
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There's nothing you can't do.
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What do you know about the music industry?
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Nada.
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And yet, you got Marlowe St. John to back me.
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Yeah, I've been working with Nike for, gosh, over 14 years.
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And it's just been a brand that has really been able to support my career,
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and to be able to back me, and to also make me look good on the court as well, so.
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Thank you...for backing me with Agent Christopher.
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Trust me, we're gonna fix it.
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We're gonna fix everything.
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Well, as a Cambridge professor, I had many contacts.
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And to my astonishment, they backed me 100 percent.
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They said, "Go and do it, and we'll come and lecture."