Translation: from english to croatian

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    adv 1. straga, natrag, tamo straga 2. prije, nekada, u prošlosti 3. opet; nanovo / # and forth = amo tamo; #! = natrag!; to pay a man # = vratiti kome novac;[fig] vratiti kome istom mjerom, vratiti milo za drago; [US] # of = iza, straga; to go # on = odstupiti od, ne ispuniti (obvezu); to be # = vratiti se ; to belong # = pripadati prošlosti; to keep # = zadržati, ustegnuti
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    natrag
    nazad
    dno
    hrbat
    iza
    leđa
    leđni
    naličje
    naslon
    branič kod nogometa
    kladiti se
    odozada
    opet
    podržati
    podupirati
    potpomoći
    povlačiti se
    povrat
    povratak
    povratan
    pozadina
    pust
    star
    stražnji
    stražnji dio
    udaljen
    unatrag
    unazadan
    ustegnuti
    uzmicati
    zadnji
    zaleđe
    zastario

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    vt potpomoći, ohrabriti
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    akumulacija
    podržati
    poduprijeti
    pokrenuti unazad
    potpomoći
    pridržavati
    sigurnosna kopija
    učvrstiti

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    dodatna pohrana
    podrška

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    vi 1. nalaziti se na stražnjoj strani 2. imati izgled prema stražnjoj strani (to) / to # on one = izdati, ostaviti na cjedilu; to # one's world = prekršiti zadanu riječ

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