Backward ( adverb , adjective )

(As an adverb)

Backward ( adverb )

In a direction opposite to the normal or forward one.

Origin:

From the old english word "on bæc" meaning "on the back".

Examples:

  1. He walked backward away from the building.
  2. She looked backward as the car drove away.
  3. The clock runs backward.
  4. The train was moving backward.
  5. Backward means in a direction opposite to the normal or forward one.

(As an adjective)

Backward ( adjective )

In a direction opposite to the normal or forward one.

Origin:

From the old english word "on bæc" meaning "on the back".

Examples:

  1. He walked backward away from the building.
  2. She looked backward as the car drove away.
  3. The clock runs backward.
  4. The train was moving backward.
  5. Backward means in a direction opposite to the normal or forward one.
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