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back

adverb
away (from something); not near (something)
hacia atrás, para atrás
Move back! Let the ambulance get to the injured man Keep back from me or I’ll hit you!
towards the back (of something)
hacia atrás, para atrás
Ted was sitting back in his chair.
in return; in response to
de vuelta
When the teacher is telling you off, don’t answer back.
to, or in, the past
atrás
Think back to your childhood.
(Definition of back from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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