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Dictionary Spanish English: Play back

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SYNO   to play back | to replay
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dep. jugar ((a) algo)to play (sth.)
dep. juego jugar a los dardosto play darts
loc. hacer novillosto play truant [Br.]
mús. afinar [tocando]to play in tune
dep. juego jugar rematadamente malto play incredibly badly
mús. tocar (algo)to play (sth.) [an instrument]
hacer al esconditeto play hide-and-seek
hacer un brindis al solto play to the gallery
pinchar algo [esp.] [col.]to play sth. [music, CDs etc.]
cine teatro protagonizar algoto play the leading role in sth.
Unverified jugar una mala pasada a algn [col.]to play a dirty trick on sb. [coll.]
dorso {m}back
anat. espalda {f}back
a la sazón {adv}back then
en aquel entonces {adv}back then
en aquel tiempo {adv}back then
en aquella época {adv}back then
en ese entonces {adj}back then
por aquel entonces {adv}back then
regresar [al punto de partida]to come back
volverto come back
regresar [a un lugar]to go back
volverto go back
anat. muela {f}back tooth
de regreso {adv}back [from somewhere]
campante {adj} [col.]laid-back [coll.]
retirarseto back down [retreat]
hacer copias de respaldoto back up [data]
a mis espaldas {adv}behind my back
respaldo {m} [de asiento]back [of a seat]
lomo {m} [espalda de un animal]back [of an animal]
de un lado a otro {adv}back and forth [idiom]
loc. partirse el espinazoto break one's back
remontarse a algo [de tiempo atrás]to date back to sth.
descorrer las cortinasto draw (back) the curtains
anat. corva {f}back of the knee
anat. zona {f} lumbarsmall of the back
respaldar a-algn/algoto back sb./sth. [support, endorse]
trastienda {f}back room [of a shop]
a espaldas de algn {adv}behind (the back of) sb.
loc. en el quinto coño [vulg.]at the back of beyond [vulg.]
retrasar un reloj por una horato put a clock back an hour
desandar lo andado [col.] [locución]to go back to square one [coll.] [idiom]
empinar el codo [col.] [locución] [beber alcohol]to knock back a few drinks [coll.] [idiom]
colleja {f} [golpe en la nuca]slap on the back of the neck
lit. F Cuando éramos mayoresBack When We Were Grownups [Anne Tyler]
estar hasta el moño [col.] [locución]to be fed up (to the back teeth) [coll.] [idiom]
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