back in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

Translations for back in the English»French Dictionary

I.back [Brit bak, Am bæk] NOUN

1. back:

4. back (rear-facing part):

5. back (area behind building):

7. back (furthest away area):

II.back [Brit bak, Am bæk] ADJ

III.back [Brit bak, Am bæk] ADV

1. back (indicating return after absence):

V.back [Brit bak, Am bæk] VERB trans

VI.back [Brit bak, Am bæk] VERB intr

VIII.back [Brit bak, Am bæk]

See also wall, scratch, own, hand, duck, beyond, answer

wall [Brit wɔːl, Am wɔl] NOUN

5. wall fig:

I.scratch [Brit skratʃ, Am skrætʃ] NOUN

II.scratch [Brit skratʃ, Am skrætʃ] ADJ

III.scratch [Brit skratʃ, Am skrætʃ] VERB trans

IV.scratch [Brit skratʃ, Am skrætʃ] VERB intr

VI.scratch [Brit skratʃ, Am skrætʃ]

I.own [Brit əʊn, Am oʊn] ADJ (belonging to particular person, group etc)

II.own [Brit əʊn, Am oʊn] PRON

III.own [Brit əʊn, Am oʊn] VERB trans

IV.own [Brit əʊn, Am oʊn] VERB intr

I.hand [Brit hand, Am hænd] NOUN

1. hand ANAT:

7. hand (possession):

II.hand [Brit hand, Am hænd] VERB trans

VI.hand [Brit hand, Am hænd]

I.duck [Brit dʌk, Am dək] NOUN

III.duck [Brit dʌk, Am dək] VERB trans

IV.duck [Brit dʌk, Am dək] VERB intr

I.beyond [bɪˈjɒnd] PREP Beyond is often used with a noun to produce expressions like beyond doubt, beyond a joke, beyond the grasp of, beyond the bounds of etc. For translations of these and similar expressions where beyond means outside the range of, consult the appropriate noun entry ( doubt, joke, grasp, bound, etc.). See also I. 3. below.