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What does the phrase 'got your back' mean, please ?

25 Feb This is the image that comes to mind whenever I hear "I've got your back" or "you' ve got my back." One person is making sure that the other person isn't attacked from an unexpected or vulnerable direction. It doesn't mean this literally (except in war movies and cop shows:)), but it does mean it figuratively. 27 Oct Top definition. always has your backunknown. If somebody "always has your back" it means that they are always there to support you, protect you, help you, etc. Your best friends, family members, etc. are people that usually always have your back. -your best friend always has your back in times of need. English[edit]. Alternative forms[edit]. cover someone's back · have got someone's back · get someone's back. Verb[edit]. have someone's back. (idiomatic) To be prepared and willing to support or defend someone. If you ever need help, just ask. You know I have your back. Translations[edit]. ±show ▽be prepared and willing.

What Does Have Your Back Mean

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'I've Got Your Back'

14 Sep 'We've got your back', is an idiom. It's pretty much the the same as "I've got your 6 o'clock", another idiom. It essentially is referring to the idea that when one is in a precarious situation that one can't easily watch out for everything. A person saying they have your back means they are there to help you out. English[edit]. Alternative forms[edit]. cover someone's back · have got someone's back · get someone's back. Verb[edit]. have someone's back. (idiomatic) To be prepared and willing to support or defend someone. If you ever need help, just ask. You know I have your back. Translations[edit]. ±show ▽be prepared and willing. 25 Feb This is the image that comes to mind whenever I hear "I've got your back" or "you' ve got my back." One person is making sure that the other person isn't attacked from an unexpected or vulnerable direction. It doesn't mean this literally (except in war movies and cop shows:)), but it does mean it figuratively.

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#1 Monday, July 31, 2017 1:46:49 AM ENID:
Can you been fired for being an ally? Can you be legally executed? We know allies do a lot of great work. And we appreciate what you go through for us. But when we prioritize the individual and non-institutionalized problems you face for being an ally over the /institutionalized and systematic harassment, abuse, discrimination, and legal execution of queer people, we're not doing ally-ship right.

#2 Sunday, August 6, 2017 12:00:43 PM HARRIETT:
If I knew someone worthy of my dedication (young, beautiful, virtuous, willing), I would fight to earn her love and keep her. You attract what you are.

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#4 Thursday, August 24, 2017 4:22:43 AM PAULINE:
Identity often happens to us. Before I injured myself I identified myself as a strong intelligent focused athlete. Where besides spending time with my wife my only real concern was training. How ever fast forward just a few months and my Bi-polar manifests itself. My mental state degenerated to quickly that I had now idea what was happening or what to do. Which culminated in self medicating with alcohol and injuring myself severely in an attempt to continue my life as I had before.

#5 Monday, August 28, 2017 2:53:10 AM DOREEN:
Lol, welcome to oz can have very different meanings whether you refer to the original text or to mcguire's revisionist prequels.

#6 Tuesday, September 5, 2017 3:42:21 PM CHARMAINE:
The way the law allows private citizens to go after people is an issue, but lots of public physical performances have required equipment, and there is usually a lot of pushback against it. Athletes have fought against helmets for ages. Unlike major sports though, there isn't a governing body that can create the rules except the government. There isn't a 'league you can be thrown out of for not playing by the rules.

#7 Friday, September 15, 2017 11:08:16 AM MILLIE:
Is this Hank?

#8 Tuesday, September 19, 2017 11:00:07 PM HARRIETT:
I and my girlfriend will thank you! ;D