English → English - backward

Pronunciation
adj. slow, retarded, late; turned to the rear; shy; hesitant, indecisive
adv. to the rear, to the back

English → Spanish - backward

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adj. retrasado, subdesarrollado; regresivo, atávico; tardo, lento; tímido; remiso
adv. atrás, de atrás, hacia atrás

English → French - backward

Pronunciation
adj. retardataire, arriéré; tardif; en retard; timide, hésitant; prudent; indécis
adv. en arrière, à reculons

English → German - backward

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adj. zurückgeblieben; rüchwärtswendend; schüchtern; zögernd
adv. rückwärts, nach hinten, umgekehrt

English → Indonesian - backward

Pronunciation
a. belakang: yg menuju ke belakang, terbelakang, miskin, udik, lamban, terbalik
adv. belakang: ke belakang, terbalik

English → Italian - backward

Pronunciation
agg. volto indietro, diretto all'indietro; di ritorno; a ritroso, a rovescio, in senso inverso; ritardato; sottosviluppato; in ritardo, tardivo; riluttante, timido, esitante
avv. indietro

English → Polish - backward

Pronunciation
a. wsteczny, uwsteczniony, antypostępowy, spóźniony, niewczesny, zacofany, nierozwinięty, ociągający się, niechętny
adv. wstecz

English → Portuguese - backward

Pronunciation
adj. atrasado; negligente; retrógado; tímido
adv. para trás

English → Romanian - backward

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a. înapoiat, depăşit, întârziat, retrograd, sfios, redus, codaş, arierat, ruginit, şovăielnic
adv. înapoi, îndărăt, urmă: în urmă, invers, spate: pe spate

English → Russian - backward

Pronunciation
прил. обратный; отсталый, запоздалый; прошлый; заскорузлый; медлящий, неохотно делающий; застенчивый, робкий
нареч. назад, обратно, в обратном направлении; задом, задом наперед, наоборот

English → Turkish - backward

Pronunciation
s. geri, geç, ters; çağdışı; gelişmemiş, yavaş öğrenen, geç kavrayan, geri kalmış; çekingen; isteksiz
zf. geriye doğru, geri geri, geriye, geri, tersine, geçmişe

English → Ukrainian - backward

Pronunciation
n. минуле
a. зворотний, відсталий, пізній, минулий, забарний, неохочий, боязкий, несміливий, нерішучий
adv. назад, задки, зворотний: у зворотному напрямі, навпаки, гірше: на гірше, задом, назуспід

English → Dutch - backward

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bn. achteraan komend; teruggaand; verlegen; aarzelend
bw. achteruit

English → Greek - backward

Pronunciation
επίθ. οπισθοδρομικός, υποανάπτυκτος
επίρ. πέσω

English → Arabic - backward

Pronunciation
‏متخلف، المتخلف، المتردد‏
‏إرتجاعي، خلفي، متأخر عن أوانه، خجول، عكسي الإتجاه‏
‏الى الوراء، عكسيا، الجزء الخلفي أو الماضي‏

English → Chinese - backward

Pronunciation
(形) 向后的, 返回的, 反向的; 怕羞的, 畏缩的; 落后的, 发展迟缓的; 犹豫的
(副) 向后地; 追溯; 相反地

English → Chinese - backward

Pronunciation
(形) 向後的, 返回的, 反向的; 怕羞的, 畏縮的; 落後的, 發展遲緩的; 猶豫的
(副) 向後地; 追溯; 相反地

English → Hindi - backward

Pronunciation
a. पिछड़ा हुआ, पिछड़ा, मति-मंद
adv. पिछला, पीछे का

English → Japanese - backward

Pronunciation
(副) 後方へ; 後ろ向きに; 後戻りして; 後ろから; さかのぼって
(形) 後方への; 後戻りの; 遅れた; 内気な

English → Korean - backward

Pronunciation
형. 뒤쪽의, 반대의, 거꾸로의; 내성적인, 수줍어하는; 뒤늦은, 진보가 늦은; 우유부단한
부. 뒤로, 역행하여

English → Vietnamese - backward

Pronunciation
n. lui lại, thụt lại, nhìn lại phía sau
a. dòng nước ngược

Definition of backward

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Pertaining to the direction towards the back.
They left without a backward glance.
2. Pertaining to the direction reverse of normal.
The occasional backward movement of planets is evidence they revolve around the sun.
3. Reluctant or unable to advance.
4. Of a culture considered undeveloped or unsophisticated.
5. Pertaining to a thought or value that is considered outdated.
6. On that part of the field behind the batsman's popping crease.
7. Further behind the batsman's popping crease than something else.
8. Unwilling; averse; reluctant.
9. Slow to apprehend; having difficulties in learning.
A backward child
10. Late or behindhand.
A backward season
11. Already past or gone; bygone.
Adverb
12. In the direction towards the back; backwards
To walk or ride backward; to throw the arms backward
13. Toward, or in, past time or events; ago.
14. By way of reflection; reflexively.
15. From a better to a worse state, as from honor to shame, from religion to sin.
Noun
16. The state behind or past.
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