have back

have (got) (someone's) back

To be willing and prepared to help or defend someone; to look out for someone in case they need assistance. Don't worry about those thugs, buddy. I've got your back if they ever come bother you again. You can always rely on your parents to have your back.
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have someone back

to invite someone for a return visit. We would love to have you back sometime. We want to have you back the next time you are in town.
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And before long everything that happens in sport drives you crazy because, somehow, you are convincing yourself you would have backed it had you not imposed this bloody betting ban.