Bedeutung von “behind” — Learner’s Dictionary

behind

preposition us uk /bɪˈhaɪnd/
She ran off and hid behind a tree.The sun peeped out from behind the clouds.I stayed behind after class to speak to the teacher.The sun vanished behind the trees.We walked close behind them.
BACK

A1 at or to the back of someone or something:

Close the door behind you.
The warehouse is behind the store.
The letter had fallen behind the desk.
LESS SUCCESSFUL

B1 slower or less successful than someone or something:

Our team is 3 points behind the winners.
The building work is already behind schedule (= late).
CAUSING

causing something, or responsible for something:

What was the reason behind her decision to leave?
SUPPORTING

B1 giving your help or support to someone:

The group is 100 percent behind her.
NOT AFFECTING

If a bad experience or your own bad behaviour is behind you, it does not exist or affect your life now:

He's put / his criminal past behind him.

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