Verb. Meaning to have a part in a fight in the direction that the primary fighter is facing, or also to mean a person will accompany another in a stupid or foolish act.
"If Jerry swings on me, will you be there?" "Yeah, I got your back" or "I'm going to go drink a fifth tonight, wanna go?" "Sure man I got your back"
by That one army guy October 1, 2013
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When in a public restroom, if someone constantly says “I got your back” it means they are looking to sell crack. Other context clues include strange body language such as, scratching or washing same arm over and over, hovering and waiting for response, or actually furnishing said crack.
Hey bro, do you have crack? Oh wait, that’s just a straight up way of asking. No worries I got your back bruh
by kelrmar1 May 12, 2019
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