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  1. back 2 of 4 noun 1 as in rear a behind part or surface the back of the page was blank Synonyms & Similar Words rear tail reverse Antonyms & Near Antonyms front face forehead forepart 2 as in jugular a vulnerable point a candidate needing a loyal aide who can be relied upon to always watch his back Synonyms & Similar Words jugular soft spot downfall

  2. back adverb (RETURN) B2 in, into, or towards a previous place or condition, or an earlier time: When you take the scissors, remember to put them back. He left a note saying "Gone out. Back soon ." She went to Brazil for two years, but now she's back (= has returned). He looked back (= looked behind him) and saw they were following him.

  3. Medications depend on the type of back pain. They might include: Pain relievers. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) or naproxen sodium (Aleve), might help. Take these medications only as directed. Overuse can cause serious side effects.

  4. back1 / ( bæk) / noun the posterior part of the human body, extending from the neck to the pelvisRelated adjective: dorsal the corresponding or upper part of an animal verb (mainly tr) (also intr) to move or cause to move backwards to provide support, money, or encouragement for (a person, enterprise, etc) adjective (prenominal)

  5. The back is made of the spine, discs, nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and other structures. Injuries – such as a muscle or tendon strain – are common and can lead to pain. GoodPath’s personalized approach to care helps provide relief faster. Take our assessment to begin a well-rounded back pain program in 4 minutes or less.

  6. The back is comprised of four distinct muscle groups. Here's how to zero in on each one. by Bill Geiger, MA Edgar Artiga The back isn’t only one of the body’s biggest and strongest body parts, it’s also the most complicated in terms of being a series of interconnected muscle groups.

  7. v. backed, back·ing, backs 1. To cause to move backward or in a reverse direction: Back the car up and then make the turn. 2. To furnish or strengthen with a back or backing. 3. a. To provide with financial or material support: Unions backed the pro-labor candidate. b. To lend moral support to, as by corroborating a claim.

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