back into

back into someone or something

to move backwards, bumping into someone or something; to move a car backwards into something, such as a garage or a parking space. (See also back someone or something into someone or something.) I'm sorry. I didn't mean to back into you. I backed into the potted plant.
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back someone or something into someone or something

to guide or move someone or something backwards into someone or something. Don't back your car into anyone. Using hand signals, the attendant backed all the cars into the parking spaces.
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This move is designed to quickly launch Relax The Back into new product lines with an experienced and high-quality manufacturer which also operates the most successful back care product direct-marketing business.
The process has been proven to relieve pain by enlarging the space for spinal discs, reducing hernia ion, strengthening outer ligaments to help move herniated areas back into place, and reversing high intradiscal pressures through application of negative pressure.
The process has been proven to relieve pain by enlarging the space for spinal discs, reducing herniation, strengthening outer ligaments to help move herniated areas back into place, and reversing high intradiscal pressures through application of negative pressure.
BACK-TO-CLASS FORECAST It might take you a few weeks after school starts to get back into the swing of things.
AUGUST You're sooo ready to get back into the school scene.
Lie on your back with your knees up and slightly separated, feet flat on the floor, chin tucked down towards the chest, the back of the neck extended upward comfortably, and your shoulder blades pulled back and down touching the floor while pushing the low back into the floor.
To bring the shoulder blades into position, push the back of the arms into the floor slightly lifting the chest off of the floor and contract the muscles located at the base of each shoulder blade and near the spine at the level of mid-back and upper low back pulling the shoulder blades down toward your buttocks and back into the floor.
In the first case, the game ends and the losers switch places with the receivers - the goalkeepers stays in place - but in the second case, a receiver from the team last scored against throws his ball back into play.
Release and bring both arms back into a neutral position.
Release the grip and bring both arms back into a neutral position.
Allowing hydrogenation of plastics, which turns them back into a basic chemical feedstock, would make recycling much cheaper, but it would still require a subsidy of about $310 a ton.
On the Stretch play, we want to get running back into open space with the football in his hands.
For example, one might have the employee return initially on a part-time basis, or slightly modify the job content during a brief "getting-up-to-speed" period, and then gradually transition the employee back into his or her previous job or a more workable alternative.
Getting back into the groove of teaching and high school life was an adjustment.