To Be Backed Up – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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What does TO BE BACKED UP mean? Here is a one-point lesson to help you learn this English!
When something is backed up it is very crowded or congested. We usually use TO BE BACKED UP when we talk about transportation systems.

  • The highway is always backed up during a holiday.
  • Because of an accident, the trains were backed up this morning.

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