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backsidenoun [C]

 us   /ˈbækˌsɑɪd/ infml
the part of the body you sit on; your buttocks
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backsidenoun [C]

uk   /ˈbæk.saɪd/  us   /ˈbæk.saɪd/ informal
  • backside noun [C] (BACK PART)

Indian English the back part of something: On the backside of this building you will find a door. Do not write anything on the backside of your answer book.
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Translations of “backside”
in Arabic مَقْعَدة, مُؤخِّرة…
in Korean 엉덩이, 둔부…
in Portuguese traseiro…
in Catalan cul…
in Japanese 尻…
in Chinese (Simplified) 屁股…
in Turkish popo, kıç…
in Russian зад…
in Chinese (Traditional) 屁股,臀部…
in Italian sedere…
in Polish pupa, tyłek…
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