Definitions for backdropˈbækˌdrɒp
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word backdrop
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
The numerical value of backdrop in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of backdrop in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The market is turning optimistic, against a backdrop of ample liquidity.
This was a sale that took place against a backdrop of some uncertainty, the proof was in the pudding.
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.
[Officers’] backdrop was a concrete wall and they were being fired upon, but that’s all part of the investigation.
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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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