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They finished the season just one point behind the champions. The Sun (2016)What do you hope they leave behind when coming to your series? Smithsonian Mag (2017)The crowd really get behind me and it gives me that extra gear. The Sun (2016)That gives you some idea of how far behind we are. Computing (2010)People began organising meetings behind my back. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Just tell her you want to put the past behind you. The Sun (2016)Figures show far fewer motorists are caught for using mobiles behind the wheel after cuts to frontline officers. The Sun (2017)If it did, staying behind meant enduring lives of servitude. Smithsonian Mag (2017)There were shouts from behind us to sit down, but there were rows of fans stood up in front. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It would mean so much if you would get behind it again this year. The Sun (2015)Its engine has been pulled back behind the front axle to improve weight distribution. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They will always stay behind with you after class and try and help you. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The past is behind us and we are moving on. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It teaches you not only to watch your opponent but also to get behind his mindset. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Only the most resistant blocks remain behind. Richard Fortey THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)They were already behind the curve over the need for a public inquiry. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Can you explain the stories behind two or three of the tracks? The Sun (2012)The further behind the competitor the more focused the applause. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can tune in to what goes on behind the scenes and this helps you make progress. The Sun (2014)Two others worthy of attention take us behind the scenes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Until then cops will be fighting crime with one arm tied behind their back. The Sun (2006)Who is the man behind the yellow ties and the catchy soundbites? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Hopefully the fans will get behind us again. The Sun (2009)The people in line behind me were getting impatient. Sidney Sheldon The Other Side of MeWhy are you so far behind? The Sun (2012)And always leave a mess behind. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Conspiracy sits closely behind controversy at Chelsea. The Sun (2015)A placid woman in uniform was sitting behind the raised desk. Times, Sunday Times (2013)No matter what the outcome, this family is fractured and most likely damaged behind the point of repair. The Sun (2014)The victory keeps the Bees in third spot just three points behind leaders Wolves. The Sun (2014)AN army major who nicked 100,000 from war heroes' charities was back behind bars yesterday after stealing from his wife and family. The Sun (2012)

Synonyme von behind

at the rear of, at the back of, on the other side of, on the far side of
after, following, in the wake of, on the heels of
supporting, for, backing, on the side of
causing, responsible for, the cause of, initiating
less advanced than, slower than, inferior to, weaker than
later than, after
the back, the rear
behind schedule, delayed, running late, behind time

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Übersetzungen für behind

Britisches Englisch: behind /bɪˈhaɪnd/ ADVERB
Behind means in or to a position further back.
The parkland spreads into the hills behind.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: behind
  • Arabisch: وَراءَ
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: atrás
  • Chinesisch: 在后面
  • Kroatisch: straga
  • Tschechisch: vzadu
  • Dänisch: tilbage
  • Niederländisch: erachter
  • Europäisches Spanisch: detrás
  • Finnisch: takana
  • Französisch: derrière
  • Deutsch: hinten
  • Griechisch: πίσω
  • Italienisch: dietro
  • Japanisch: 後ろに
  • Koreanisch: 뒤에
  • Norwegisch: bak
  • Polnisch: z tyłu
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: atrás
  • Rumänisch: din spate
  • Russisch: сзади
  • Spanisch: detrás
  • Schwedisch: bakom
  • Thai: ข้างหลัง
  • Türkisch: arkasında
  • Ukrainisch: позаду
  • Vietnamesisch: ở đằng sau
Britisches Englisch: behind /bɪˈhaɪnd/ NOUN
Your behind is the part of your body that you sit on.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: behind
  • Arabisch: دُبُر
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: nádegas
  • Chinesisch: 后面
  • Kroatisch: stražnjica
  • Tschechisch: zadek
  • Dänisch: bagdel
  • Niederländisch: achterste
  • Europäisches Spanisch: trasero
  • Finnisch: takapuoli
  • Französisch: derrière
  • Deutsch: Hinterteil
  • Griechisch: οπίσθια
  • Italienisch: posteriore
  • Japanisch: 臀部
  • Koreanisch: 엉덩이
  • Norwegisch: ende
  • Polnisch: tyłek
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: rabo
  • Rumänisch: fund
  • Russisch: ягодицы
  • Spanisch: trasero parte posterior
  • Schwedisch: bak ej fram
  • Thai: หลัง
  • Türkisch: arka
  • Ukrainisch: зад
  • Vietnamesisch: mông
Britisches Englisch: behind /bɪˈhaɪnd/ PREPOSITION
If something is behind another thing, it is at the back of it.
He stood behind his desk.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: behind
  • Arabisch: خَلْفَ
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: atrás de
  • Chinesisch: 在...后面
  • Kroatisch: iza
  • Tschechisch: za
  • Dänisch: bag
  • Niederländisch: achter
  • Europäisches Spanisch: detrás de
  • Finnisch: takana
  • Französisch: derrière
  • Deutsch: hinter
  • Griechisch: πίσω από
  • Italienisch: dietro
  • Japanisch: ・・・の後ろに
  • Koreanisch: ...의 뒤에
  • Norwegisch: bak
  • Polnisch: za
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: atrás de
  • Rumänisch: în spatele
  • Russisch: сзади
  • Spanisch: detrás de
  • Schwedisch: bakom
  • Thai: หลังจาก
  • Türkisch: arkada
  • Ukrainisch: за
  • Vietnamesisch: ở đằng sau

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