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 Translation for 'back down' from English to Russian
SYNO to back down | to back off | to back up | ...
отступаться [несов.] [от своих прав, требований и т.п.]to back down
4 Words
экономить [несов.] [сокращать расходы]to cut back / down (on)
Partial Matches
анат.
спина {ж}
back
2
вернуться [сов.]to go back
unverified возвратитьto take back
возвратиться [сов.]to be back
возвращаться [несов.]to come back
непосильный {adj} [о работе]back-breaking
чёрный ход {м} [перен.]back door
unverified
военно
отступать [несов.]
to back-track
unverified
военно
отход {м}
back track
unverified
оруж.
прицел {м}
back sight
держаться сзади [несов.]to stand back
unverified привозитьbring back
коренные зубы {мн}back teeth
информ.
бэкапить [несов.] [разг.]
to back up
обратный {adj}back [reverse]
2
unverified просёлочная доро́га {ж}back road
возвращать что-л. [несов.]to give back sth.
возражать кому-л. [несов.] [особ. в дерзком тоне]to answer sb. back
возвращать деньгиto pay back [money]
невозмутимый {adj} [спокойный]laid-back [coll.]
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Usage Examples English
  • In 1989, Lynne co-produced "Full Moon Fever" by Tom Petty, which included the hit singles "Free Fallin'", "I Won't Back Down" and "Runnin' Down a Dream", all co-written by Lynne.
  • He earned a Second Division title medal a year later with 19 appearances, but played just nine league games in 1980–81 as Leicester went straight back down.
  • As a result, a left fielder had to play part of the territory running uphill (and back down).
  • The demodulator does the inverse, shifting the passband frequencies back down to the original baseband frequency range. Ideally, the output (baseband) signal is a time delayed version of the input (baseband) signal where the waveform shape of the output is identical to that of the input.
  • If the resistance of the antenna is matched to the characteristic resistance of the feedline, it absorbs all the power supplied to it, while at other frequencies it has reactance and reflects some power back down the line toward the transmitter, causing standing waves (high SWR) on the feedline.

  • If this light is then totally internally reflected back down, its vertical component undergoes a phase shift.
  • Sometimes this means that farmers have to add extra water after a rainstorm, to carry salts back down to below the root zone.
  • As an AC system it allows the voltages to be easily stepped up using transformers to high voltage for transmission, and back down for distribution, giving high efficiency.
  • At the receiving end of the data link a complementary "demultiplexer" is usually required to break the single data stream back down into the original streams.
  • They competed in Ligue 2, after a season 2010–2011 competing in Ligue 1 and being relegated back down the following season and ultimately folding in 2016.

  • Leonora and the nuns appear in procession, but Manrico prevents di Luna from carrying out his plans and takes Leonora away with him, although once again leaving the Count behind unharmed, as the soldiers on both sides back down from bloodshed, the Count being held back by his own men.
  • The inverse transform then shrinks it back down to the original size: it is given a string and a pointer, and returns just a string.
  • The government of Lord North was pushed into taking a firmer line because of this, mobilising the navy, and forcing Spain to back down.
  • Interludes of spoken Sufi poetry interrupt the music, typically beginning at a lower register and gradually ascending to a climax before calming back down to the beginning tone.
  • Water could be pumped from the portion of the tube inside the core up to a reservoir above the core, or allowed to flow back down into the tube.

  • After spending six years in Division Three, Argyle finally returned to Division Two in 1974–75, but they were back down again in 1976–77.
  • By reuptaking the produced neurotransmitter, the level will go back down and ready to go back up upon excitation from a new nerve signal.
  • Madrid asked other European powers for help; they refused and said Spain should back down.
  • Alternating current is normally preferred as its voltage may be easily stepped up by a transformer in order to minimize resistive loss in the conductors used to transmit power over great distances; another set of transformers is required to step it back down to safer or more usable voltage levels at destination.
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