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English definition of “come from behind”

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come from behind

to succeed in winning after being in a losing position in a game: England came from behind to beat Scotland 2–1.
Translations of “come from behind”
in Chinese (Traditional) (比賽中)成功扭轉劣勢,後來居上…
in Chinese (Simplified) (比赛中)成功实现逆转,后来居上…
(Definition of come from behind from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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