behind


behind

adv., prep.

1) to fall, lag behind

2) to remain, stay behind

3) behind by (our team is behind by two points)

4) behind in, with (he's behind with his payments)

5) (misc.) to be solidly behind smb. ('to support smb. wholeheartedly')

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[bɪ'haɪnd]
to stay behind
with (he's behind with his payments)
to fall
to remain behind
behind in
(misc.) to be solidly behind smb. ('to support smb. wholeheartedly')
behind by (our team is behind by two points)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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