What does 'Watch your back' mean?
If someone is after your job, or wants to harm you in any way, you need to "watch your back" to metaphorically see what is going on behind you
- Category: Body and bodily functions
- Contributed By: ian bond
Idioms similar to 'Watch your back'
- Behind someone's back
- Put or get someone's back up
- On my back
- Fed up to the back teeth
- Like the back of your hand
- Back foot
- Make a rod for your own back
- Back-handed compliment
- Talk out of the back of your head
- You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours
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