back over

back over (someone or something)

To move backwards over someone or something. Please don't back over my flowers, OK? This is a busy area—be careful not to back over any pedestrians!
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

back over someone or something

[for a car or other vehicle] to roll backwards over someone or something. Sandy backed over her brother's bicycle. She almost backed over her brother.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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You can back over 2.0 goals at 1.94 with Betdirect (roughly 20-21 in fractional odds).
Pakistan couldn't kick on then as Sarfraz for 38 and Asif Ali (1 off 2) got out in back to back overs to Rovman Powell and Keemo Paul respectively, with the score at 156-5 after 17.1.While Faheem Ashraf was sent in to press the accelerator it was Malik who went big in the 19th over, smacking two fours and two sixes of the last four balls of the penultimate over by Emrit that went for 23 runs, taking Pakistan 182-5 after 19.Faheem Ashraf then teed off in the final over against Kesrick Williams to finish with 16 off 9, but it was Malik whose 37 ensured that Pakistan crossed the 200 mark.
Betfred have pitched their tournament 180s line at 685.5 and it's hard to think of many reasons why you wouldn't want to back overs.
There was a brief Aussie fight-back with back to back overs but Ireland took a deserved 21-13 first-quarter lead.
You can back overs at 334.5 in comparison with Sporting Index's buy quote of 360.