back and forth
backwards and forwards, first one way and then the other way
The argument went back and forth before the judge made a decision.
back down (from someone or something)
back in circulation
back of beyond
back on one`s feet
back out (of something)
back out (something) from a parking space or back (something) out of a parking space
back the wrong horse
back to square one
back to the drawing board
have one's nose in the air
set up (something) or set (something) up
over the short run/haul
squeak by (someone or something)
open season on (someone or something)
out of one's mind/head/senses
screw up (someone or something) or screw (someone or something) up
sit through (something)
turn down (something) or turn (something) down
fond of (someone or something)
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