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back adj
1: being overdue or in arrears
back rent
2: being retroactive esp. as compensation
reinstated with back pay

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

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I (in arrears) adjective behind, behind time, belated, deferred, delayed, detained, earlier, elapsed, expired, fore, forgotten, former, in abeyance, late, long-delayed, overdue, past, prior, tardy, unpunctual, unready associated concepts: back pay, back taxes, back time doctrine, back wages II (in reverse) adjective backward, hindermost, hindmost, hindward, posterior, rearmost, rearward, retrogressive, retrospective, reversed, turned around associated concepts: back lands III index abet, adhere (maintain loyalty), advocate, assist, avouch (guarantee), bear (support), bolster, capitalize (provide capital), cosign, countenance, delinquent (overdue), document, encourage, endorse, espouse, favor, finance, guarantee, help, invest (fund), justify, nurture, parlay (bet), promote (organize), recommend, sponsor, subsidize, support (assist), underwrite, uphold, vouch

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


back
v.
(1) To support or be in favor of.
(2) To support financially.
(3) To endorse or countersign.
adj.
From the past; to the rear of.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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