Translation for 'back cover' from English to French
NOUN   a back cover | back covers
quatrième {f} de couverture
back cover [back of dust cover]
3 Words
se couvrir [de critiques, d'accusations]to cover one's back
assurer ses arrières [loc.]to cover one's back [idiom]
Partial Matches
consécutif {adj}back-to-back
couverture {f}cover
fourreau {m} [de parapluie]cover
garantie {f} [assurance]
se mettre à l'abrito take cover
cloche {f} à fromage
cheese cover
cloche {f} [couvercle]
bell cover
s'abriterto take cover
voiler qc. [visage, nudité]to cover sth.
couverture {f} au crochetcrocheted cover
revêtement {m} herbacé
grass cover
plafond {m} nuageux
cloud cover
taux {m} de couverture
cover ratio
bâche {f} [couverture résistante à l'eau]canvas cover
couverture {f} nuageuse
cloud cover
couverture {f} végétale
plant cover
couverture {f} aérienne
air cover
housse {f} de couette
duvet cover
déboulé {m} [de gibier]
breaking cover
plaque {f} d'égoutmanhole cover
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Usage Examples English
  • (In a nod to "Gamma Worlds reputation for being repeatedly revised, the book's back cover states "That's right, it's the return of the "Gamma World".) The "Gamma World Campaign Setting" (...) was a 192-page softcover book written by Andy Collins and Jeff Grubb, published in 2000 by Wizards of the Coast (WOTC), only a month after WOTC announced its cancellation of the "Alternity" line.
  • A single issue in 1977 was published without a Fold-In (though Jaffee supplied the issue's back cover), and a 1980 issue instead featured a unique double-visual gimmick by Jaffee in which the inside back cover and the outside back cover merged to create a third image when held up to the light.
  • It was printed magazine-size with glossy full-color covers and a character portrait print on the back cover by Wendy, a format that continued throughout the series' entire run.
  • In the late 1970s Clapton positioned a West Brom scarf on the back cover of his album, "Backless".
  • It is the first Funkadelic album since "America Eats Its Young" in 1972 not to sport a cover illustrated by Funkadelic artist Pedro Bell, though Bell did provide artwork for the album’s back cover and interior.

  • to the album's front cover and removed the story notes from the back cover.
  • Syme considered the back cover "a little subtle, perhaps over-indulgent".
  • It printed a thin strip on the back cover with a few lines about next month's issue and a screenshot of an upcoming game.
  • When the album was first issued, the main back cover photo (taken at a performance of Warhol's event Exploding Plastic Inevitable) contained an image of actor Eric Emerson projected upside-down on the wall behind the band.
  • A triple entendre is a phrase that can be understood in any of three ways, such as in the back cover of the 1981 Rush album "Moving Pictures" which shows a moving company carrying paintings out of a building while people are shown being emotionally moved and a film crew makes a "moving picture" of the whole scene.

  • Evidence, such as the price being printed on the back-cover, suggest that it was issued without dust-jacket.
  • Most people hope to see the book again once it is full so they add their return address to the back cover of the book too, or inscribe "Return to Sender" on it.
  • Heartfield was the first to use photomontage to tell a “story” from the front cover of the book to the back cover.
  • In fact, there is a very similar design on the back cover of "Sailor Moon: Short Stories" volume 1.
  • A new edition of this volume, collected now in full color, was released in February 2021 with a different front cover art (from "Spawn" #95, and back cover art from "Spawn" #70).

  • The back cover features a black-and-white portrait of Dylan taken by photographer David Gahr.
  • He calls his style of making movies "Mariachi-style" (in reference to his first feature film "El Mariachi") in which (according to the back cover of his book "Rebel Without a Crew") "Creativity, not money, is used to solve problems."
  • Currently the barcodes on a book's back cover (or inside a mass-market paperback book's front cover) are EAN-13; they may have a separate barcode encoding five digits called an EAN-5 for the currency and the recommended retail price.
  • The iconic Midnight Oil logo with the open hand, appeared first on the back cover of the 1978 eponymous album "Midnight Oil" (Design: Jan Paul & Midnight Oil).
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