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back An opinion about a specific matter, emotional attitude
back To put down by authority, to end forcibly
back touchable, readily seen
back To pass beyond, to exceed
back fleeting, stopping only briefly
back founded on truth, capable of being justified
back An occupation or profession
back a high point, pinnacle
back A custom, handing down of beliefs
back straightforward, open, sincere
back system where production is dominated by private ownership
back to put end to, to void
back to give up formerly, to surrender a point
back to aid, to urge on, especially in a crime
back to shorten
back to help
back to voluntarily do without, to refrain by choice
back put off to a future time
back to make beautiful or fancy, to decorate
back penalty, thing lost owing to crime or fault
back to count or name one by one
back unbiased, not prejudice
back a worn-out phrase, overused expression
back strip, take away
back to make sure, insure
back to urge or drive forward
back to make strong effort, to put into vigorous action
back an accused person, one guilty
back to free, to disentangle
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