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Pronunciation of Rears: Learn how to pronounce Rears in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word rear:

noun
[in singular]
the back part of something, especially a building or vehicle:
the kitchen door at the rear of the house
the space or position at the back of something or someone:
the field at the rear of the church
the hindmost part of an army, fleet, or line of people:
two policemen at the rear fell out of the formation
(also rear end) informal a person’s buttocks.
adjective
[attributive]
at the back:
the car’s rear window
Phrases

bring up the rear

be at the very end of a line of people:
I made the men walk in front while I brought up the rear
come last in a race or other contest:
the investigation into business failures shows Scotland bringing up the rear
take someone in rear

attack an army from behind:
the object of taking in rear all Austrian forces
Origin:

Middle English (first used as a military term): from Old French rere, based on Latin retro ‘back’