backscratcher(redirected from backscratchers)
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1. (Tools) an implement with a long handle, used for scratching one's back
2. informal a person who provides a service, corporate or public money etc, for another, in order to receive a similar service or reward in return
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|Noun||1.||backscratcher - someone who is willing to trade favors or services for mutual advantage|
|2.||backscratcher - a long-handled scratcher for scratching your back|
scratcher - a device used for scratching
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backscratcher[ˈbækˌskrætʃəʳ] n → manina (grattaschiena inv)
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