||darling, honey, girlfriend
||"Hi, babe. Want to sit with me?" "Sure, honey. I'd love to."
|babe in arms
||(See a babe in arms)
|babe in the woods
||(See a babe in the woods)
||feeling sad when you are pregnant
||After seven months, Karly had the baby blues. She was feeling sad.
||a person born during the decade after World War II
||Baby boomers will retire in the first decade of the 21st century.
|back at it
||having returned to a past habit or occupation, at it again
||"I was so glad to hear George quit drinking." "Well, he's back at it."
|back at ya
||I wish you the same as you wished me, ditto, same to you
||"Merry Christmas, Val." "Back at ya, Joe."
||yield, not challenge, not stand up to
||Ole won't back down from you. He's ready to fight.
||do not come closer, do not touch me
||Back off, you animal! Don't touch me!
|back on your feet
||feeling better, recovered from an illness
||When you're back on your feet, we want you to return to work.