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back upphrasal verb

  • ja控えを作る、予備を作る
  • en(in computing) to make an extra copy of a file, program, etc.

Examples

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As a captain, I have an override code I can use to wipe the servers clean.
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So there'd be no information for the hackers to steal.
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But there's 1 problem, Jake.
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Yes, sir?
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You still have something in your teeth.
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You tried to get rid of it.
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But it's made it much more prominent.
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Why would you stop everything just to tell me that?
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It's very distracting.
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Anyway, I can't use my override code because doing so would delete the entire evidence tracking database.
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The NYPD only backs up that information at the precinct level twice a year.
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We would lose 4 months of evidence.
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Well, did you at least back it up?
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I don't even know how to do that.
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What do you mean?
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You back up your phone.
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Okay, walk me through these specific steps on how to back up your phone.
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Okay, well you...
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Cloud.
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You can't just say cloud!
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I think I get blown away by chord progressions that make me feel something that I've never felt before.
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Like to me, chords are coordinates.
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Wow.
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Do you know what I mean?
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- Yeah. - They send you to a place.
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Beautiful.
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And when I'm lucky enough to be in the right elevator, I'm looking up and I'm doing 3 things at once.
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I'm going, "What is that?"
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Mm-hmm.
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Number 2, I'm trying to remember the feeling.
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Because when I go to chase it later, that is,
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I'm gonna have to reverse engineer the feeling in order to get to the chord structure.
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- Mm-hmm. - And third, to just back it up by trying to Shazam it right then and there.

Other meanings for back up...

back upphrasal verb

  • jaバックする、後退する
  • ento move backwards, especially in a vehicle
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This is so exciting.
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I haven't seen my monkey in almost a year.
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What, you never look down in the shower?
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Oh, please, I'm not allowed to make one joke in the monkey-as-penis genre?
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Come on, people, back up, please.
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Back up.
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Come on, come on, come on.
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Who moved my desk?
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I think you should retrace your steps.
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Okay, I am going to tell Michael.
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And this entire office will be punished.
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Colder.
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Warmer.
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A little warmer.
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There you go. Ooh.
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Warmer, warmer, warmer, warmer.
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Cold, cold, cold.
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Back up.
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Warmer. Hot. Red hot.
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Hot.
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Very hot.
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Now, back up, put the gun down, and gimme a pack of Tropical Fruit Bubbalicious.
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And some Skittles.
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Now, back up while I deal with this crook here.
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What did you call me?
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That will not go.
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I need a little room.
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Fitz, back up.
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Back up.
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Back up.
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Are you trying to get burned?
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I'm just warming it up.
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Oh my God, there's smoke coming out.
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Now, I'm going to crank on this sucker.
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Okay.
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No hands.
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Okay.
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Hands behind our back?
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- Rotate a little bit. - You got this.
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Nuzzle commence.
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I believe in you!
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To your right!
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That's not the nuzzle.
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The other way.
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Back up a little.
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I'm gonna get that Bezos money.
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Yeah, I'm gonna back up the truck.
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Beep, beep, beep.
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Oh, you're lit.
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I'm lit.
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- No, no, you're on fire. - I'm on fire!
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- Your tail! - What?
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Oh! I'm on fire!
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What's in here?
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What's in here?
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Back up!
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Back up!
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What are you doing?
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Scaring them.
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You know what hurts the most?
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When I go beep, beep, beep.
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You know what hurts the most is when I go beep, beep, beep.
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- Like a truck backing up. - Like beep, beep.
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It's like a truck backing up.
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Back up when you do that.
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Stand up and back up.
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It's like when I'm going beep, beep, beep.
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Yeah.

back upphrasal verb

  • ja支援する、応援する、援護する
  • en​to support or help something or someone
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You didn't prepare a presentation at all, did you?
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You know what? I had a really rough night.
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And my boss can back me up on that.
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I'm your boss.
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My other boss, Mr. Figaro.
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You have another job?
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What I do between 5:30 PM and 1 AM is nobody's business but mine and my other business'.
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You always act like you're more important than everyone else!
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Steve, I act like that because I am more important.
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I'm the big dog around here.
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Ruff-ruff!
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Roger, back me up.
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Stan, I'm pissed about the rain thing, too.
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But, yes, you are the big dog.
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Ruff-ruff.
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Stand to, Sergeants.
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Leave is over.
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- What's going on? - What're you talking about?
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We just got here!
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Come on, Michael, back me up on that.
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Look, we're heading south.
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We have plans.
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Not anymore!
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I think if there's one thing you want in life,
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is to do your own thing, to live your authentic self, right?
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And when you have people who back you up and say,
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"You're doing a good job! You're doing really good!",
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you're just like—you feel great, you know what I mean?
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And I know there's a lot of abuse
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from your brother in this book.
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And you say a lot of nice things about him also.
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But he really tortured you.
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And then you confronted your parents
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about what he was doing, and then they
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stopped talking to you because they didn't believe you.
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And then your sister didn't back you up.
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Yeah, they really didn't want to confront that fact.
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And they just didn't want to deal with it.
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As long as he's willing to fight the fight,
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I will back him up.
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If you wanna be a good guy, it's time to back her up and solve this.
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Or understand, you're gonna look like the jerk
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because you're running it and you took her money, became a manager,
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ran it into the ground and bankrupted her!