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peg backTo equalize against; to prevent the opposition from winning.Rate it:

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pin backTo keep at a distanceRate it:

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play backTo replay a recording.Rate it:

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plough backTo reinvest profits into a businessRate it:

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plow backTo reinvest profits into a businessRate it:

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pull backUsed other than as an idiom. To pull in a backwards directionRate it:

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pull backTo retreatRate it:

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pull backTo retractRate it:

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pull backto pull in order to reveal something underneath or behind.Rate it:

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pull backTo pass (the ball) into a position further from the attacking goal line.Rate it:

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pull backTo score when the team is losing.Rate it:

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put backTo change the time in a time zone to an earlier time.Rate it:

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put one's back intoTo make a strenuous effort to do something.Rate it:

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put someone's back upTo annoy someone deliberately.Rate it:

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put the clock backTo change the time in a time zone to an earlier time.Rate it:

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right backUsed in several informal constructions to indicate return -- especially imminent return to a point of origin.Rate it:

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right back at youAlternative form of back at youRate it:

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rod for one's backThe means of one's own punishment or downfall.Rate it:

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roll backTo return to a prior state.Rate it:

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roll backTo postpone.Rate it:

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roll backTo retreat.Rate it:

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row backTo slightly change a previous opinion about something, or what was said.Rate it:

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run backTo rewind a film or cassette.Rate it:

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scale backTo make a reduction in the amount, extent, etc. of something.Rate it:

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screw backTo cue the cue ball in such a way as to impart backspin. On impact, the ball will follow a reverse trajectory according to the spin.Rate it:

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send backTo return to its origin.Rate it:

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send backTo remind of a previous time in the past.Rate it:

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set backTo cost money, as.Rate it:

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set backTo delay or obstruct.Rate it:

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set backTo remove from or allow distance.Rate it:

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shady, back-alley dealsUncompromising, dishonest, irregular, illegal agreements, plots, arrangements, scenarios.Rate it:

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short back and sidesman's haircutRate it:

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shrink backTo back away or retreat; to abandon an effort.Rate it:

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sit backTo recline while still in a seated position, with one's back on the frame of the seat.Rate it:

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skin backRetract.Rate it:

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slick backTo make hair flat by putting oil, water, etc. on it.Rate it:

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spring backTo recoil; to bounce back; to recover to an improved position.Rate it:

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spring forward, fall backA mnemonic to advise how clocks are altered for Daylight Saving Time: time goes forward in the Spring, and back in FallRate it:

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stab in the backAn act of betrayal or treachery.Rate it:

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stand backTo abstain from participation.Rate it:

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stand backTo stand a long way behind the wicket so as to catch balls from a fast bowler.Rate it:

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stay backTo remain after normal hoursRate it:

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stay backTo keep one's distance from a place, often because of some danger.Rate it:

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step backUsed other than as an idiom: see step, back.Rate it:

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step backTo stop what one is doing and evaluate the current situation.Rate it:

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step backTo prevent oneself from becoming emotionally involved in a certain situation.Rate it:

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step backto depart driving the train following the train they arrived into the station driving, so as to decrease service turnaround time.Rate it:

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strike backTo retaliateRate it:

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take a back seatTo be second to someone or something; to be less important or have a lower priority.Rate it:

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take backTo resume a relationship.Rate it:

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