VERB + REAR bring up Three drummers brought up the rear (= were last in the parade). | attack (sb/sth) from
PREP. at the ~ The socket for the printer cable is located at the rear of the computer. | from the ~, in the ~ The radio is loudest in the rear of the car. | to/towards the ~ A high gate blocks the only entrance to the rear.
ADV. intensively intensively reared beef cattle | naturally naturally reared pork and beef | successfully