Definitions for backdropˈbækˌdrɒp
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backdrop, background, backcloth(noun)
scenery hung at back of stage
A decorated cloth hung at the back of a stage.
The setting or background of a historical event.
The president spoke outside the brick exterior of the firehouse for Ladder Company 10 and Engine Company 10, against the backdrop of a 56-foot-long bronze bas-relief depicting the towers in flames. uE000176013uE001 New York Times
To serve as a backdrop for.
a brilliant sunset backdropping the famous skyline
drop back, drop-back, dropback
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The market is turning optimistic, against a backdrop of ample liquidity.
As we look out a little bit further, I think the backdrop is set for equity markets ... to inch higher.
The biggest risk ... remains the anaemic recovery in the global economy given the backdrop of feeble demand.
It's really, really ugly, the global economic backdrop is not particularly robust. And Canada's just getting crushed by oil.
The rouble is less correlated than its peers to the global backdrop, and that's the reason there's been a bit of outperformance.
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Translations for backdrop
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- escenariCatalan, Valencian
- zadní kulisaCzech
- décor, toile de fond, contexteFrench
- brat-cùilScottish Gaelic
- bakgrunnur, baksvið, bakhengi, baktjaldIcelandic
- scenario, contesto, sfondoItalian
- kotara, zasłonaPolish
- contexto, pano de fundoPortuguese
- fundal, decorRomanian
- за́дник, фонRussian
- sceneri, kuliss, bakgrund, dekorSwedish
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