backing up


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backing up

[′bak·iŋ ¦əp]
(civil engineering)
In masonry, the laying of backing brick.
(graphic arts)
The process of printing on the reverse side of a printed sheet.

backing up

In masonry, the laying of backing brick.

backing up

The rearward taxiing of an aircraft by using its reverse thrust. This capability is normally available in some aircraft that are required to back up from a gate or up to a loading dock.
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