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the back (of a woman, of a box): the rear side, the opposite of the front (of a woman, of a box)
My back hurts. The pain is about 20cm below my neck.

(the) back (row, seat): (the) furthest (row, seat) from the front


  • "The British twins decided to get the group back together last month in a transparent attempt to make more money."
  • "Jamaican Woman: Come and put some cream on my back, darling."
  • "Brian : Perhaps we could try this address written on the back of the photo?"
  • "didn't you read the small print on the back of the menu, sir?"
  • "*$%@& band back together!"
  • "oh, and there's this horse I've got in the back, but you're probably not interested in her."
  • "Well, I'll put my clothes back on."
  • "Then we'll have a bite to eat and we'll send you back to your school."
  • "Everyone in the back is alive and not dead, correct?"
  • "DISCLAIMER: For safety reasons, participants are required to be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems. It is advisable to bring a spare pair of underpants."

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