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 Translation for 'back' from English to Swedish
ADJ   back | - | -
NOUN   a back | backs
VERB   to back | backed | backed
backing | backs
tillbaka {adv}back
2
bakre {adj}back
Verbs
att backa uppto back [support]
Nouns
anat.
rygg {u}
back
3
baksida {u}back
2
avigsida {u} [baksida]back
2 Words: Others
då för tiden {adv}back then
bakåtkammad {adj}back-combed
2 Words: Verbs
att backa uppto back up [support]
att vända omto turn (back)
2 Words: Nouns
tek.
bakaxel {u}
back axle
inform.
bakåtknapp {u}
back button
arki.
bakdörr {u}
back door
bakväg {u} [bildl.]back door [fig.]
ryggmassage {u}back massage
med.
ryggproblem {n}
back problem
baksäte {n}back seat
bakgata {u}back street
fordon
bakdäck {n}
back tire [Am.]
fordon
bakdäck {n}
back tyre [Br.]
bakhjul {n}back wheel
fordon
bakruta {u}
back window
3 Words: Others
baktill {adv}at the back
på baksidanat the back
fram och tillbakaback and forth
sedan hedenhös {adv}since way back
3 Words: Verbs
att återgå (till)to go back (to)
3 Words: Nouns
baksätesförare {u}back-seat driver [coll.]
pin {u}pin-back button
4 Words: Others
allra längst bak {adv}at the very back
4 Words: Verbs
att falla ngn. i ryggen [idiom]to stab sb. in the back [fig.] [idiom]
4 Words: Nouns
anat.
handrygg {u}
back of the hand
bakhuvud {n}back of the head
anat.
nacke {u}
back of the neck
5+ Words: Verbs
idiom
att känna ngt. som sin egen ficka
to know sth. like the back of one's hand
att sätta på sparlåga ngt. [idiom]to put sth. on the back burner [idiom]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
filmF
Djungelpartisaner
Back to Bataan [Edward Dmytryk]
filmF
En pyjamas för två
Lover Come Back [Delbert Mann]
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  • bäck {u} = stream [small river]
  • bäck {u} = brook
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Usage Examples English
  • Curie recently won back-to-back CPS Championships in football and played in back-to-back Prep Bowls (City Champ vs. Catholic League champ).
  • The term back line can either refer to the "full-back line" consisting of the two back pockets and the full-back, or both the full- and half-back lines, which collectively can also be referred to as the "defence", "defensive unit" or the "back six".
  • When two eagles are shown back-to-back and facing the edges of the field the term used is "addorsed" / "endorsed" or "adossés" ("back-to-back").
  • These announcers have tended to describe the "ball itself" as going "back-back-back".
  • Two sensor back types are commonly used: single shot back (non-scanning) and scan back.

  • entered third seven–points back. Denny Hamlin entered fourth eight–points back.
  • Abaya plays the right-back position. He can, however, play left-back and centre-back positions.
  • The Vizag back-to-back HVDC station, or Visakhapatnam back-to-back HVDC station, is a back-to-back HVDC connection between the eastern and southern regions in India, located close to the city of Visakhapatnam, and owned by Power Grid Corporation of India.
  • Vered is a right-footed right back that can also play center back and left back.
  • Brian Campion (born 1984) is an Irish hurler who played as a goalkeeper, corner-back, full-back, wing-back and centre-back for the Laois senior team.

  • After the Olympics and into early 2017, USWNT coach Jill Ellis experimented with different formations and Long started several matches playing centre-back as part of a three back.
  • The 2003, 2004, and 2005 Boys Baseball Team won back-to-back-to-back Summer Season Division 1 State Championships.
  • Near-back vowels are essentially a type of back vowels; no language is known to contrast back and near-back vowels based on backness alone.
  • Winner: Durham Bulls; first team to win back to back IL titles since Columbus Clippers won back in 1991.
  • "Balance beam": Jump to knee mount, back handspring, back handspring, tucked full; switch split leap; Chen; front aerial; full turn; tucked side salto; back handspring, back handspring, triple twist dismount.

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