mind your back

mind your back(s)

Make way or be careful because someone behind you is trying to move past you. Mind your backs, we're coming through with an extremely hot pot of water!
See also: mind
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mind your back (or backs)

used to warn inattentive bystanders that someone wants to get past. informal
See also: back, mind
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