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  1. A

    English to French outback

    Arrière-pays
  2. M

    there and back again

    Hi. I'm just curious about this phrase, which is the alternate title to Tolkien's The Hobbit. I would like to know if it is some kind of idiom or fixed phrase and its meaning. Thanks in advance for the help.
  3. E

    front of the line, back of the line

    "where is the back of the line?" (such as line of people waiting at a falafel stand) "Israelis have a way of jumping to the front of the line" "to cut the line" "don't cut the line!" I know line is "tor", nachon?
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