English

Detailed Synonyms for backed in English

backed:

backed adj

  1. backed
    – having a back or backing, usually of a specified type 1
    backed
    – having a back or backing, usually of a specified type 1
  2. backed
    – used of film that is coated on the side opposite the emulsion with a substance to absorb light 1
    backed
    – used of film that is coated on the side opposite the emulsion with a substance to absorb light 1

Alternate Synonyms for "backed":


Antonyms for "backed":


Related Definitions for "backed":

  1. having a back or backing, usually of a specified type1
  2. used of film that is coated on the side opposite the emulsion with a substance to absorb light1

back:

back [the ~] noun

  1. the back
    the back; the back side; the back of a chair
  2. the back
    the rear side; the back; the reverse
  3. the back
    – (American football) the position of a player on a football team who is stationed behind the line of scrimmage 1
    the back
    – (American football) the position of a player on a football team who is stationed behind the line of scrimmage 1
  4. the back
    – a support that you can lean against while sitting 1
    the back; the backrest
    – a support that you can lean against while sitting 1
    • back [the ~] noun
      • the back of the dental chair was adjustable1
    • backrest [the ~] noun
  5. the back
    – the part of a garment that covers the back of your body 1
    the back
    – the part of a garment that covers the back of your body 1
    • back [the ~] noun
      • they pinned a `kick me' sign on his back1
  6. the back
    – the protective covering on the front, back, and spine of a book 1
    the cover; the back; the binding; the book binding
    – the protective covering on the front, back, and spine of a book 1
  7. the back
    – the side that goes last or is not normally seen 1
    the back; the rear
    – the side that goes last or is not normally seen 1
    • back [the ~] noun
      • he wrote the date on the back of the photograph1
    • rear [the ~] noun
  8. the back
    – the posterior part of a human (or animal) body from the neck to the end of the spine 1
    the back; the dorsum
    – the posterior part of a human (or animal) body from the neck to the end of the spine 1
    • back [the ~] noun
      • his back was nicely tanned1
    • dorsum [the ~] noun
  9. the back
    – the series of vertebrae forming the axis of the skeleton and protecting the spinal cord 1
    the back; the spine; the backbone; the spinal column; the vertebral column; the rachis
    – the series of vertebrae forming the axis of the skeleton and protecting the spinal cord 1
  10. the back
    – the part of something that is furthest from the normal viewer 1
    the back; the rear
    – the part of something that is furthest from the normal viewer 1
    • back [the ~] noun
      • he stood at the back of the stage1
    • rear [the ~] noun
      • it was hidden in the rear of the store1
  11. the back
    – (football) a person who plays in the backfield 1
    the back
    – (football) a person who plays in the backfield 1

back adj

  1. back
  2. back
    back
  3. back
  4. back
    before
    – earlier in time; previously 1
    • before adv
      • I had known her before1
      • as I said before1
      • he called me the day before but your call had come even earlier1

to back verb (backs, backed, backing)

  1. to back
    to back; to protect
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
    • protect verb (protects, protected, protecting)
  2. to back
    to assist; to help; to attend; to be attentive; to extend the hand; to be helpful; to back up; to aid; to prop up; to make oneself useful; to second; to back; to do good
    • assist verb (assists, assisted, assisting)
    • help verb (helps, helped, helping)
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
    • be attentive verb (is attentive, being attentive)
    • extend the hand verb (extends the hand, extended the hand, extending the hand)
    • be helpful verb (is helpful, being helpful)
    • back up verb (backs up, backed up, backing up)
    • aid verb (aids, aided, aiding)
    • prop up verb (props up, propped up, propping up)
    • make oneself useful verb (makes oneself useful, made oneself useful, making oneself useful)
    • second verb (seconds, seconded, seconding)
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
    • do good verb (does good, did good, doing good)
  3. to back
    to finance; to support; to back
    • finance verb (finances, financed, financing)
    • support verb (supports, supported, supporting)
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
  4. to back
    – strengthen by providing with a back or backing 1
    to back
    – strengthen by providing with a back or backing 1
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
  5. to back
    – establish as valid or genuine 1
    to back; to back up
    – establish as valid or genuine 1
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
    • back up verb (backs up, backed up, backing up)
      • Can you back up your claims?1
  6. to back
    – shift to a counterclockwise direction 1
    to back
    – shift to a counterclockwise direction 1
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
      • the wind backed1
  7. to back
    – place a bet on 1
    to stake; to back; game; to punt; to bet on; gage
    – place a bet on 1
    • stake verb (stakes, staked, staking)
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
      • Which horse are you backing?1
    • game verb
    • punt verb (punts, punted, punting)
    • bet on verb (bets on, betting on)
    • gage verb
  8. to back
    – travel backward 1
    to back
    – travel backward 1
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
      • back into the driveway1
      • The car backed up and hit the tree1
  9. to back
    – cause to travel backward 1
    to back
    – cause to travel backward 1
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
      • back the car into the parking spot1
  10. to back
    – support financial backing for 1
    to back
    – support financial backing for 1
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
      • back this enterprise1
  11. to back
    – be behind; approve of 1
    to support; to endorse; to back; plump for; plunk for; indorse
    – be behind; approve of 1
  12. to back
    – give support or one's approval to 1
    to endorse; to back; to second; indorse
    – give support or one's approval to 1
    • endorse verb (endorses, endorsed, endorsing)
      • endorse a new project1
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
      • I can't back this plan1
    • second verb (seconds, seconded, seconding)
      • I'll second that motion1
    • indorse verb
  13. to back
    – be in back of 1
    to back
    – be in back of 1
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
      • My garage backs their yard1

Conjugations for back:

present
  1. back
  2. back
  3. backs
  4. back
  5. back
  6. back
simple past
  1. backed
  2. backed
  3. backed
  4. backed
  5. backed
  6. backed
present perfect
  1. have backed
  2. have backed
  3. has backed
  4. have backed
  5. have backed
  6. have backed
past continuous
  1. was backing
  2. were backing
  3. was backing
  4. were backing
  5. were backing
  6. were backing
future
  1. shall back
  2. will back
  3. will back
  4. shall back
  5. will back
  6. will back
continuous present
  1. am backing
  2. are backing
  3. is backing
  4. are backing
  5. are backing
  6. are backing
subjunctive
  1. be backed
  2. be backed
  3. be backed
  4. be backed
  5. be backed
  6. be backed
diverse
  1. back!
  2. let's back!
  3. backed
  4. backing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

back adj

  1. back
    – located at or near the back of an animal 1
    back; hinder; hind
    – located at or near the back of an animal 1
    • back adj
      • back (or hind) legs1
    • hinder adj
      • the hinder part of a carcass1
    • hind adj
      • back (or hind) legs1
  2. back
    – related to or located at the back 1
    back
    – related to or located at the back 1
    • back adj
      • the back yard1
      • the back entrance1
  3. back
    – of an earlier date 1
    back
    – of an earlier date 1
    • back adj
      • back issues of the magazine1

back adv

  1. back
    – in or to or toward a past time 1
    back; backward
    – in or to or toward a past time 1
    • back adv
      • set the clocks back an hour1
      • never look back1
    • backward adv
      • lovers of the past looking fondly backward1
  2. back
    – at or to or toward the back or rear 1
    back; backward; backwards; rearwards; rearward
    – at or to or toward the back or rear 1
  3. back
    – in repayment or retaliation 1
    back
    – in repayment or retaliation 1
    • back adv
      • we paid back everything we had borrowed1
      • he hit me and I hit him back1
      • I was kept in after school for talking back to the teacher1
  4. back
    – in or to or toward a former location 1
    back
    – in or to or toward a former location 1
    • back adv
      • she went back to her parents' house1
  5. back
    – in or to or toward an original condition 1
    back
    – in or to or toward an original condition 1
    • back adv
      • he went back to sleep1
  6. back
    – in reply 1
    back
    – in reply 1
    • back adv
      • he wrote back three days later1

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Antonyms for "back":


Related Definitions for "back":

  1. located at or near the back of an animal1
    • back (or hind) legs1
  2. related to or located at the back1
    • the back yard1
    • the back entrance1
  3. of an earlier date1
    • back issues of the magazine1
  4. in or to or toward a past time1
    • set the clocks back an hour1
    • never look back1
  5. at or to or toward the back or rear1
    • he moved back1
  6. in repayment or retaliation1
    • we paid back everything we had borrowed1
    • he hit me and I hit him back1
    • I was kept in after school for talking back to the teacher1
  7. in or to or toward a former location1
    • she went back to her parents' house1
  8. in or to or toward an original condition1
    • he went back to sleep1
  9. in reply1
    • he wrote back three days later1
  10. (American football) the position of a player on a football team who is stationed behind the line of scrimmage1
  11. a support that you can lean against while sitting1
    • the back of the dental chair was adjustable1
  12. the part of a garment that covers the back of your body1
    • they pinned a `kick me' sign on his back1
  13. the protective covering on the front, back, and spine of a book1
  14. the side that goes last or is not normally seen1
    • he wrote the date on the back of the photograph1
  15. the posterior part of a human (or animal) body from the neck to the end of the spine1
    • his back was nicely tanned1
  16. the series of vertebrae forming the axis of the skeleton and protecting the spinal cord1
    • the fall broke his back1
  17. the part of something that is furthest from the normal viewer1
    • he stood at the back of the stage1
  18. (football) a person who plays in the backfield1
  19. strengthen by providing with a back or backing1
  20. establish as valid or genuine1
  21. shift to a counterclockwise direction1
    • the wind backed1
  22. place a bet on1
    • Which horse are you backing?1
  23. travel backward1
    • back into the driveway1
    • The car backed up and hit the tree1
  24. cause to travel backward1
    • back the car into the parking spot1
  25. support financial backing for1
    • back this enterprise1
  26. be behind; approve of1
    • I backed Kennedy in 19601
  27. give support or one's approval to1
    • I can't back this plan1
  28. be in back of1
    • My garage backs their yard1

Related Synonyms for backed