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Translation of "background" - English-Spanish dictionary

background

noun   /ˈbæk·ɡraʊnd/
B1 a person’s education and family contexto He was from a poor background.
the things at the back of a picture or view fondo He had a photo of Paul with his children in the background.
[no plural] sounds you can hear that are not the main sounds that you are listening to (ruido de) fondo background noise If you listen carefully to this piece of music, you can hear a flute in the background.
[no plural] the things that have happened in the past that affect a situation historia, antecedentes Can you give me some background on the issue?
(Definition of background from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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