[例] Please sign the cheque on the back.
[同义词] rear, reverse
2. (adj.) from the past过去的、拖欠的
[例] We have a lot of back orders.
3. (v.) support资助
[例] The bank backed my new venture.
[同义词] support, encourage
backdate [bAk5deIt] (v.) to put a date on a document that is earlier than the real date, so that it is valid from that earlier date 倒填日期
[例] He backdated the bill so that it can be valid.
back order (n.) an order for goods that have not yet been produced or supplied积压定单
[例] After a long vacation, I found myself in a huge stack of back orders.
back out (v) to give up or not do something after agreeing to do it不履行
[例] You will be charged for sure if you back out of the contract.
backer [5bAkE(r)] (n.) person who supports financially资助者
[例] The company has some big backers.
[同义词] patron, sponsor, benefactor
backing [ 5bAkiN ] (n.) support, usually financial one资助
[例] Strong governmental baking makes the project very profitable.
backhander [5bAkhAndE(r)] (n. inf.) a bribe, money given under the table贿赂
[例] The chief director was arrested for his involvement in some backhander affairs.
backlog [5bAklR^] (n.) build-up of work or orders which have not been processed积压的工作(或订单)
[例] The failure of the project was due to backlog of superior orders.
back up support 支持
[例] You should back up all claims you make.
back-up( back up ) (n,v) to make a cope in case the original one is lost or damaged 备份
[例] I made a back-up of that document in case of some unforeseen damage to it.
bad debt (n.) debt which will not be paid呆帐
[例] The obvious decrease of bad debt avoided the bankruptcy of the big nation owned enterprise.
bad faith (n.) having a dishonest intention 欺诈
[例] Bad faith will bring disasters to a cooperation in the long run.
[反义词] integrity ，good-will
balance [5bAlEns] (n.) amount which makes the total credits and debits equal收支平衡(差额)、结余
[例] Additional balance statement will charge 10 USD.
[同义词] equilibrium, equipoise, evenness