Difference between ‘at the back of’ and ‘behind’

Just like ‘in front of’, ‘in the front of’, ‘at the front of’ and ‘in the back of’, ‘at the back of’ and ‘behind’ are prepositional expressions and they are different in meaning. At the back of  (at the rear of) As the opposite of ‘at the front of‘, ‘at the back of’ and ‘at the rear of’ are used to talk about the part of something that is furthest from the front. ‘At the back of’ and ‘at the rear of’ are similar, but the latter is used more…

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