Manager Chris Hughton has been operating against a backdrop of financial uncertainty all season and last night Peter Pannu, the vice-chairman, announced that the clubs accounts would finally be published next week, and that a new investor had been identified.
Backdrop definition of backdrop by The Free Dictionary.
Yes, the growth backdrop is robust and the grass root survey also confirms that labour market conditions are tight but its seems too early for this solid backdrop to translate into rising inflation. USA: The Fed's' Beige Book does not change the inflation outlook.
Backdrop definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
Light colours provide an effective backdrop for pictures or a mirror. The backdrop to an event is the general situation in which it happens. The election will take place against a backdrop of increasing instability. Synonyms: environment, situation, circumstances, background More Synonyms of backdrop.
Backdrop Definition of Backdrop by Merriam-Webster.
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BACKDROP meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
A backdrop to an event is a situation that already exists and that influences the event.: Today we work against the backdrop of an industry in the midst of change. Definition of backdrop from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary Cambridge University Press.