Übersetzung von “back” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch


noun /bӕk/

in humans, the part of the body from the neck to the bottom of the spine

She lay on her back.

in animals, the upper part of the body

She put the saddle on the horse’s back.

that part of anything opposite to or furthest from the front

the back of the house
She sat at the back of the hall.

in soccer, hockey etc a player who plays behind the forwards

a left/right back.
backer noun

a person who supports someone or something, especially with money

She needs backers for a new business venture.
backache noun

(medical) a pain in your back

sakit belakang
I’ve been suffering from a severe backache over the past few days.
backbiting noun

criticizing a person when he or she is not present:

Constant backbiting by her colleagues led to her resignation.
backbone noun

(anatomy) the spine

tulang belakang
the backbone of a fish.

the chief support

These players will continue to form the backbone of the team.
backbreaking adjective

(of a task etc) very difficult or requiring very hard work

Digging the garden is a backbreaking job.
backdate verb

to put an earlier date on (a cheque/check etc)

He should have paid his bill last month and so he has backdated the cheque/check.

to make payable from a date in the past

Our pay rise/raise was backdated to April.
backfire verb

(of a plan etc) to have unexpected results, often opposite to the intended results

berkesudahan sebaliknya
The scheme backfired (on him), and he lost a lot of money.

(of a motor-car etc) to make a loud bang because of unburnt gases in the exhaust system

The car backfired.
backgammon noun

a game for two players in which they throw dice and move flat circular pieces around a board marked with long thin triangles

Two old men were playing backgammon.
background noun

the space behind the principal or most important figures or objects of a picture etc

latar belakang
He always paints ships against a background of stormy skies
She had drawn some trees in the background of the picture.

happenings that go before, and help to explain, an event etc

latar belakang
He explained the background of the current situation.

a person’s origins, education etc

latar belakang
She was ashamed of her humble background.
backhand noun

in tennis etc, a stroke or shot with the back of one’s hand turned towards the ball

pukulan kilas
a clever backhand
His backhand is very strong.

writing with the letters sloping backwards

tulisan yang condong ke belakang
I can always recognize her backhand.
backlog noun

a pile of uncompleted work etc which has collected

A backlog of orders had built up because of the strike.
back number noun

an out-of-date copy or issue of a magazine etc

keluaran prakini
He collects back numbers of music magazines.
backpack noun

a bag that walkers, people who go on trips, or students carry on their backs; rucksack

beg sandang
The tent fits comfortably inside a backpack.
backpacking: go backpacking

to go on trips or go camping carrying a backpack

mengembara dengan beg sandang
They went backpacking around Europe.
backpacker noun

pendaki yang membawa beg sandang
Chiang Mai is a popular destination for backpackers.
backside noun

the bottom or buttocks

He sits on his backside all day long doing nothing.
backslash noun

the sign (\)

garis condong belakang
Where is the backslash on this keyboard?
backstroke noun

in swimming, a stroke made when lying on one’s back in the water

kuak lentang
Tina is good at backstroke.
backup noun

additional people who provide help when it is needed

The police officer requested some backup when the shooting began.

(computing) a copy of a computer file that can be used in case the original is destroyed

salinan sandar
You should always make a backup of the file you are working on.

a piece of equipment, a system etc that can be used when there is a problem with the original one

We have a generator which we use as a backup if the power fails
(also adjective) a backup plan.
backwash noun

a backward current eg that following a ship’s passage through the water

ombak undur
the backwash of the oil tanker.

the unintentional results of an action, situation etc

kesan surutan
The backwash of the company’s financial troubles affected several other smaller businesses.
backwater noun

a place not affected by what is happening in the world outside

That village is a quiet backwater with few visitors.

a stretch of river not in the main stream

air buri
Castle Mill Stream is a backwater of the River Thames.
backyard noun

(especially American ) a garden at the back of a house etc

kawasan belakang rumah
He grows vegetables in his backyard.
back down phrasal verb

to give up one’s opinion, claim etc

She backed down in the face of strong opposition.
back of

(American) behind

He parked back of the store.
back off phrasal verb

to move backwards so as to get away from someone or something

As the police moved in, most of the protesters backed off.

to stop criticizing or annoying someone, or telling them what to do

Sometimes parents should back off and let their children make their own decisions.

to decide not to do something

The president backed off from sending in the army to crush the uprising.
back on to phrasal verb

(of a building etc) to have its back next to (something)

My house backs on to the racecourse.
back out phrasal verb

to move out backwards

He opened the garage door and backed (his car) out.

to withdraw from a promise etc

menarik diri
You promised to help – you mustn’t back out now!
back up phrasal verb

to support or encourage

The new evidence backs up my arguments
Would you be willing to back me up if I put the suggestion to the boss?

(computing) to make a copy of the information stored on the computer or disk

membuat salinan sandar
You should back up those files as a safety measure.
have one’s back to the wall

(informal) to be in a very difficult or desperate situation

He certainly has his back to the wall as he has lost his job and cannot find another one.
put someone’s back up

(British, informal) to anger someone

menyakitkan hati
He put my back up with his boasting.
take a back seat

to take an unimportant position

mengambil peranan yang kurang penting
At these discussions, he always takes a back seat and listens to others talking.

(Übersetzung von “back” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)