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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of backed up

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of backed up:
/bækt ʌp/

Derived Form of backed

verb
root word: back
third person: backs
past: backed
past participle: backed
present participle: backing
adjective
comparitive: more backed
superlative: most backed
Verb: back
1
be behind; approve of
  1. He plumped for the Labor Party
  2. I backed Kennedy in 1960
Synonymsback, endorse, indorse, plump for, plunk for, support,
Hyponymschampion, guarantee,
Hypernymsapprove,
Type ofapproved, O.K.ed, okayed, sanctioned,
Typeschampioned, defended, guaranteed, pulled, rooted, sided, warranted,
See alsobacking,
2
travel backward
  1. back into the driveway
  2. The car backed up and hit the tree
Synonymsback,
Hyponymsback out,
Hypernymstravel,
Type oflocomoted, moved, traveled, went,
Typesbacked out,
See alsoback out, back up,
3
give support or one's approval to
  1. I'll second that motion
  2. I can't back this plan
  3. endorse a new project
Synonymssecond, back, endorse, indorse,
Hypernymssupport,
Type ofbacked up, supported,
See alsobacking,
4
cause to travel backward
  1. back the car into the parking spot
Synonymsback,
Antonymsadvance,
5
support financial backing for
  1. back this enterprise
Synonymsback,
Hypernymsfinance,
Type offinanced,
See alsobacker, backing,
6
be in back of
  1. My garage backs their yard
Synonymsback,
Antonymsfront,
Hypernymslie,
Type oflay,
7
place a bet on
  1. Which horse are you backing?
  2. I'm betting on the new horse
Synonymsbet on, back, gage, stake, game, punt,
Hyponymsante, parlay,
Hypernymsbet,
Type ofbet, played, wagered,
Typesanted, doubled up, parlayed,
8
shift to a counterclockwise direction
  1. the wind backed
Synonymsback,
Antonymsveer,
Hypernymsswitch,
Type ofchanged over, shifted, switched,
9
establish as valid or genuine
  1. Can you back up your claims?
Synonymsback, back up,
Hypernymsconfirm,
Type ofaffirmed, confirmed, corroborated, substantiated, supported, sustained,
10
strengthen by providing with a back or backing
Synonymsback,
Hypernymsstrengthen,
Type ofstrengthened,
See alsobacking,
Adjective
1
having a back or backing, usually of a specified type
Antonymsbackless,
Similarhardback, hardbacked, hardbound, hardcover, high-backed, low-backed, razorback, razor-backed, stiff-backed, straight-backed,
2
having backing
Synonymsbacked up,
Similarsupported,
3
used of film that is coated on the side opposite the emulsion with a substance to absorb light
Similarcoated,
Adjective satellite
1
used of film that is coated on the side opposite the emulsion with a substance to absorb light

Derived Form of up

verb
third person: ups
past: upped
past participle: upped
present participle: upping
adjective
comparitive: more up
superlative: most up
Verb
1
raise
  1. up the ante
Hypernymsincrease,
Type ofincrease,
Adjective
1
being or moving higher in position or greater in some value; being above a former position or level
  1. the anchor is up
  2. the sun is up
  3. he lay face up
  4. he is up by a pawn
  5. the market is up
  6. the corn is up
Antonymsdown,
Similarahead, ascending, aweigh, dormie, dormy, heavenward, high, in the lead, leading, risen, skyward, sprouted, upbound, upfield, upward,
2
getting higher or more vigorous
Synonymsimproving,
Similarrising,
3
extending or moving toward a higher place
Synonymsupward,
Similarascending,
4
(usually followed by 'on' or 'for') in readiness
Similarprepared,
5
open
Similarraised,
6
(used of computers) operating properly
Similarfunctioning,
7
used up
Similarfinished,
8
out of bed
Synonymsastir,
Similarawake,
Adjective satellite
1
out of bed
  1. are they astir yet?
  2. up by seven each morning
Synonymsastir,
2
getting higher or more vigorous
  1. its an up market
  2. an improving economy
Synonymsimproving,
3
extending or moving toward a higher place
  1. the up staircase
  2. a general upward movement of fish
Synonymsupward,
4
(usually followed by `on' or `for') in readiness
  1. he was up on his homework
  2. had to be up for the game
5
open
  1. the windows are up
6
(used of computers) operating properly
  1. how soon will the computers be up?
7
used up
  1. time is up
Adverb
1
spatially or metaphorically from a lower to a higher position
  1. look up!
  2. the music surged up
  3. the fragments flew upwards
  4. prices soared upwards
  5. upwardly mobile
Synonymsupwards, upward, upwardly,
Antonymsdown, downwards, downward, downwardly,
2
to a higher intensity
  1. he turned up the volume
Antonymsdown,
3
nearer to the speaker
  1. he walked up and grabbed my lapels
4
to a more central or a more northerly place
  1. was transferred up to headquarters
  2. up to Canada for a vacation
Antonymsdown,
5
to a later time
  1. they moved the meeting date up
  2. from childhood upward
Synonymsupwards, upward,

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