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Back(body) in French 🇫🇷

in English in French S
back(body) dos
How to say “back(body)” in French? “Dos”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “dos” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on back(body) in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word “dos”:
– Associate “dos” with the English word “dose,” and think of needing a “dose for the back” to remember ‘dos.’
– Visualize a spine and think of the number two “dos” in Spanish, imagine having two spines to aid your memory.
– The French word for back is “le dos.” Remember it’s pronounced like ‘dough’ with an ‘s’ at the end.

– In French, “dos” refers to the back part of the human body, the opposite of the chest, or the backside of an object.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– In French, other ways to refer to the back include “le derrière” (the behind) when referring to the lower back or buttocks, or colloquially, “les reins” (the loins or lower back).

Alternate meanings and slang:
– “Dos” can also refer to carrying a burden, as in “porter sur le dos” (to carry on the back).
– In the context of school or hiking, “un sac à dos” is a backpack.
– Slang terms or expressions include “avoir du dos,” which means to be lucky or to have backing/support (though this is not very common).

Examples of sentences that use “dos”:
– “Il a mal au dos à cause de son travail.” (He has a backache because of his work.)
– “Elle porte son sac à dos tous les jours à l’école.” (She carries her backpack to school every day.)
– “Tu ne dois pas dormir sur un matelas trop mou pour éviter les douleurs dans le dos.” (You should not sleep on a mattress that’s too soft to avoid back pain.)
– “Les nageurs doivent souvent renforcer les muscles de leur dos.” (Swimmers often need to strengthen their back muscles.)

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