rear end

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rear end

1. The rear part: the rear end of a car.
2. Informal The buttocks.
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rear′ end′

1. the hindmost part of something.
2. the buttocks.


to drive or crash a vehicle into the back end of (another vehicle).
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rear end - the fleshy part of the human body that you sit onrear end - the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; "he deserves a good kick in the butt"; "are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?"
body part - any part of an organism such as an organ or extremity
torso, trunk, body - the body excluding the head and neck and limbs; "they moved their arms and legs and bodies"
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rear end

n (fam) nalgas, trasero (fam)
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References in classic literature ?
If you unload his skull of its spermy heaps and then take a rear view of its rear end, which is the high end, you will be struck by its resemblance to the human skull, beheld in the same situation, and from the same point of view.
"That is cleverly thought of," declared Nick Chopper, giving the Woggle-Bug a boost and then toppling the Saw-Horse into the rear end of the cushioned seats." I know Glinda the Good, and believe she will prove a friend indeed."
Engaged in repulsing an attack on the rear end of his fortress, the teamster turned about to see the captain just in the act of stepping on to the seat from the front end.
The fireboys were never on hand so suddenly before; for there was no distance to go this time, their quarters being in the rear end of the market house, There was an engine company and a hook-and-ladder company.
But say, we got the procession blocked at Fourteenth and Broadway, right under the nose of the City Hall, rushed the rear end, cut out the horses of five wagons, an' handed them college guys a few love-pats in passin'.
As the day-coaches at the rear end of the long train swept by him, the lawyer noticed at one of the windows a man's head, with thick rumpled hair.
The secretary and typewriter sat together on the stamped Spanish-leather cushions by the plate-glass observation-window at the rear end, watching the surge and ripple of the ties crowded back behind them, and, it is believed, making notes of the scenery.
A police patrol car first spotted the car being driven without a licence plate on its rear end at around 10.35pm on Thursday in the Kato Polemidia area in Limassol.
For your perfect spine angle, you need to bend from your hip-sockets as you stick your rear end out.
Tremont, "Drivers' rear end collision avoidance behaviors under different levels of situational urgency," Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, vol.
in The Mercedes had severe damage to its rear end and the Rover estate also had severe rear end and side damage.
In an online chat with Inquirer, Sasis said he heard four gunshots hit the rear end of his car.