behind

bɪˈhaɪnd

Перевод:

Preposition: за
Adverb: позади сзади после вслед
Noun: зад

Фразы:

to burn bridges behind one - сжигать за собой мосты, сжигать корабли

to follow close behind the man - следовать непосредственно за этим человеком

to drop behind one's competitors - отставать от своих конкурентов

he's not even dry behind the ears - у него молоко на губах не обсохло

to accuse smb. behind his back - обвинять кого-л. за глаза

behind the front line - за линией фронта

to go behind the stereotypes - не ограничиваться стереотипами

to follow hard after / behind / upon smb. - следовать по пятам за кем-л.

building immediately behind this tower - здание, находящееся сразу за этой башней

behind the cork - пьяный

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Примеры:

Look behind you! - Оглянись!

The sun was behind a cloud. - Солнце скрылось за тучей.

Jane shut the door behind her. - Джейн закрыла за собой дверь.

The sun went behind a cloud. - Солнце ушло за тучу.

He kicked him in the behind. - Он пнул его в зад.

He is behind other boys of his age. - Он отстаёт в развитии от мальчиков своего возраста.

They have the army behind them. - За их спиной стоит армия.

I wonder what's behind this change of plan. - Интересно, что скрывается за этим измением плана.

The cat hid behind the couch. - Кошка спряталась за диваном.

You walk ahead and we'll follow along behind you. - Ты иди впереди, а мы пойдём вслед за тобой.

a month behind in the rent - задолжать арендную плату за месяц

The manager was sitting behind a large desk. - Управляющий сидел за большим письменным столом.

The children left their books behind. - Дети забросили свои книжки.

What's behind this sudden change of his plan? - Что же стоит за внезапными изменениями в его планах?

The company is now behind the competition. - Теперь компания отстаёт от своих конкурентов.

Someone could easily creep up behind us. - Кто-нибудь мог легко подкрасться к нам сзади.

Now you can put all these worries behind you. - Теперь вы можете оставить все эти неприятности позади.

Perhaps a bitter experience lay behind her anger. - Возможно, за её гневом скрывался горький опыт.

I turned to speak to the person standing behind me. - Я обернулся, чтобы поговорить с человеком, который стоял за моей спиной.

Europe was falling behind in the important field of computer technology. - Европа отставала в этой важной области компьютерных технологий.

The final runners were far behind. - Последние бегуны были далеко позади.

The car behind was hooting impatiently. - Машина позади нетерпеливо сигналила.

Mark's always behind the rest of his class in mathematics. - Марк всегда отстаёт от всех остальных в классе по математике.

Victor had fallen behind with his mortgage payments after losing his job. - Виктор задержал оплату своей ипотеки после того, как потерял работу.

This victory lifts Ferguson's team into fifth place, nine points behind leaders Norwich. - Благодаря этой победе команда Фергюсона поднимается на пятое место, в девяти очках позади лидеров — "Норвича".

He fell behind with his mortgage payments. - Он задержал оплату по ипотеке.

a company that has been run behindhand for years - компания, которая уже много лет в долгах

He was behind the other students in his studies. - В учёбе он отставал от других студентов.

The workers are very much behind these proposals. - Рабочие очень поддерживают эти предложения.

When he died he left much unfinished work behind. - После его смерти осталось много неоконченной работы.

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Связанные термины:

behind bars: If you say that someone is behind bars, you mean that they are in prison.

behind line: the line over which the ball must be kicked to score a behind

behind post: one of the smaller outer posts inside which the ball must be kicked to score a behind

behind time: late

drop behind: to be outdistanced; fall behind

fall behind: If you fall behind, you do not make progress or move forward as fast as other people.

get behind: to move to the rear of

hang behind: to remain in a place after others have left ; linger

lie behind: If you refer to what lies behind a situation or event, you are referring to the reason the situation exists or the event happened .

leave behind: If you leave someone or something behind, you go away permanently from them.

rushed behind: a situation when the ball passes through the goalposts but was last touched by a defending player, causing the attacking team to win a point

behind one's back: without one's knowledge ; secretly or deceitfully

behind the curve: behind the times; behind schedule

behind the scenes: If something is done behind the scenes, it is done secretly rather than publicly .

behind the times: You can use the times to refer to the present time and to modern fashions, tastes, and developments . For example, if you say that someone keeps up with the times, you mean they are fashionable or aware of modern developments. If you say they are behind the times, you mean they are unfashionable or not aware of them.

behind closed doors: If people have talks and discussions behind closed doors, they have them in private because they want them to be kept secret .

behind someone's back: without someone's knowledge or consent

behind the eightball: in a difficult, disadvantageous, or uncomfortable situation

behind the eight ball: in trouble or in a difficult situation

wet behind the ears: If you say that someone is still wet behind the ears, you mean that they have only recently arrived in a new place or job, and are therefore still not experienced.

go behind someone's back: to do something secretly or without getting someone's permission, often in order to deliberately upset them

not dry behind the ears: immature ; inexperienced; naive

throw one's weight behind: If you throw your weight behind a person, plan, or campaign, you use all your influence and do everything you can to support them.

the power behind the throne: a person who has all the power and control in an organization or situation, although someone else may appear to rule

at the wheel: driving or steering a vehicle or vessel

burn one's bridges (behind one): to commit oneself to a course from which there is no retreat

do something behind closed doors: to do something in private because you want it to be kept secret

do something behind someone's back: to do something secretly in order to harm someone

say something behind someone's back: to say unkind and unpleasant things about someone to other people

to do something behind someone's back: If you say that something was done behind someone's back, you disapprove of it because it was done without them knowing about it, in an unfair or dishonest way .

throw your weight behind someone or something: to do everything you can to support a person, plan, or campaign

have to do something with one hand tied behind your back: to have a disadvantage which makes it difficult for you to succeed in doing something

someone can do something with one hand tied behind their back: said to mean that someone can do something very easily

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