mind your back

mind your back(s)!

Used to warn someone that you are trying to get past them from behind. Mind your backs, we're coming through with an extremely hot pot of water!
See also: mind

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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lBarney Curley and Declan Murphy continue their time on the wrong side of the stewards, where they seem to have spent most of the season, when Ardbrin goes from 5-4 to 9-4 and is third behind Mind Your Back (Jimmy FitzGerald/ Mark Dwyer) in the novices' hurdle at Nottingham.