Bedeutung von “backwards” — Learner’s Dictionary

backwards

adverb us uk /ˈbækwədz/ also backward
She fell backwards but he caught her in his arms.He leant backwards.She stumbled backwards.He took a couple of steps backwards.He tilted backwards on his chair.
DIRECTION

B1 towards the direction behind you:

She took a couple of steps backwards.
He fell backwards off the stool.
EARLIER

towards an earlier time or an earlier stage of development:

Let's start with your most recent job and work backwards.
OPPOSITE ORDER

in the opposite order to what is usual:

"Erehwon" is "nowhere" spelled backwards.
WRONG WAY also back to front, also US front to back

with the part that is usually at the front at the back:

Your T-shirt's on backwards.
backwards and forwards also back and forth

in one direction then the opposite way and back again many times:

I have to drive backwards and forwards between here and Ipswich every day.

(Definition von “backwards” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)