Definition of 'backside'
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Some need a kick up the backside. The Sun (2016)Perhaps it has given him a kick up the backside. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is the most notorious kick in the backside in the history of art. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It gives you a kick up the backside. The Sun (2016)We got our backsides kicked. The Sun (2016)He said:'This is a kick up the backside for us. The Sun (2016)We got the tape measure out and he had the biggest backside so in he went. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It gave him nerve pain and a very sore backside! The Sun (2006)We need to add to the squad to give the others a kick up the backside. The Sun (2012)And it was worth the sore backside to learn that. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They could do with a kick up the backside. The Sun (2009)Perhaps that was the kick up the backside he needed. The Sun (2008)Hopefully this is the kick up the backside they need. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He gave me a kick up the backside but he saved my career. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We need to talk about adding to the squad to give the others a kick up the backside. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Still, their hearts are as big as their backsides. The Sun (2015)They've kicked our backsides and are showing the way it can be done. The Sun (2013)So the Paralympics should be the kick up the backside we need. The Sun (2012)Such a move would give the worst banks a kick up the backside and can't happen quickly enough. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But there is no doubt the England management have applied a kick to his backside by leaving him out. The Sun (2011)Two hundred quid is better than a kick up the backside now, but it was an absolute fortune then. The Sun (2011)He is there to give us the kick up the backside if we need it, or he can put his arm around you. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I'll be giving him a kick up the backside. The Sun (2014)How I could kick my sorry backside now. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But that gave me the kick up the backside that I needed. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's refreshing when you see a trainer stick with a lesser-known jockey if more famous backsides are available to sit on their best horses. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'backside'
British English: backside /ˌbækˈsaɪd/ NOUN
Your backside is the part of your body that you sit on.
He fell backwards and landed on his backside.
- American English: backside
- Arabic: مُؤَخَّرة
- Brazilian Portuguese: traseiro
- Chinese: 屁股
- Croatian: stražnjica
- Czech: zadek
- Danish: bagdel
- Dutch: achterwerk
- European Spanish: trasero
- Finnish: takapuoli
- French: postérieur
- German: Rückseite
- Greek: οπίσθια
- Italian: didietro
- Japanese: 臀部
- Korean: 엉덩이
- Norwegian: bakside
- Polish: tyłek
- European Portuguese: rabo
- Romanian: șezut
- Russian: ягодицы
- Spanish: trasero parte posterior
- Swedish: baksida
- Thai: ด้านหลัง
- Turkish: kıç
- Ukrainian: зад
- Vietnamese: mông
Definition of backside from the Collins English Dictionary
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