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(preposition) Because of, due to, as a result of — especially when describing the negative consequences of a misstep.

This usage marks a sharp linguistic divergence along ethnic lines: integral to ebonics and related dialects, unrecognized in any white vernacular.
The judge give Nyquilla 30 days behind that foolishness with her babydaddy.
by Big Gus Dickus May 22, 2008
an abbreviation from a German word "behindert" to express someone or something is retarded, "behind" can be used to desribe a person, a thing or can be used to condemn someone after they did something wrong
Having exams on Saturday is behind
My friends burned the kitchen yesterday, he is behind
by ming@kettering December 14, 2012
preposition. after; following. Typically suggestive of a cause-and-effect relationship, but it is important to note that this is implied and not stated.
You gonna catch hell behind that bullshit from yesterday.
by LaJeep December 05, 2009
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