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Related to rear-end: Rear-end collision
tr.v. rear-end·ed, rear-end·ing, rear-ends Slang
To run into (another motor vehicle) from behind: My car was rear-ended by a truck.
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(Automotive Engineering) US (of a vehicle) to crash into another vehicle from behind
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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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Past participle: rear-ended
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|Verb||1.||rear-end - collide with the rear end of; "The car rear-ended me"|
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