backward

形容詞
  • ja

    進歩の遅い、発展の遅れた

    Globify による定義
  • en

    having made less progress than normal or is developing slowly

    Globify による定義
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Mr. Scamander, do you know anything about the wizarding community in America?
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I do know a few things, actually.
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I know that you have rather backwards laws about relations with non-magic people,
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that you’re not meant to befriend them,
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- that you can’t marry them, which seems mildly absurd to me. - Who's gonna marry him?
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Mute
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It's not right for a woman to read.
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Soon she starts getting ideas and thinking.
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Gaston’s defeat symbolizes the dismantling of a rigid, backwards society that can’t accept change.
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Mute
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It was backwards country, impoverished.
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A million or so people died in 1990s famine.
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Mute
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The poorest and most backward societies are always those that put women down.
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Yet this obvious truth is ignored by governments and also by philanthropy.
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The biggest economic story of really of the century
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and certainly of the last 50 years has been China's rise.
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China going from a poor and backward country
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in perpetual political and economic crisis to a frontier manufacturer.
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So while we see advanced technology like robotics and artificial intelligence
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growing exponentially in the developed world,
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those same people are worried that a technologically backward Africa is falling behind.
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That attitude couldn't be more wrong.
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Mute
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We would do well to remember the way that contact between technologically backwards residents
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of North and South America and the Europeans went hundreds of years ago.
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It's likely then that entire groups of people would see the aliens as a threat,
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no matter what their stated intentions were.
副詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    directed or moving towards the back or in reverse of the usual or right way

  • en

    directed or moving towards the back or in reverse of the usual or right way