Background vs. Backround

The main difference between Background and Backround is that Background is The circumstances or situation prevailing at a particular time or underlying a particular event and in technology: a wallpaper or background is a digital image used as a decorative background of a graphical user interface and Backround is a misspelling of the word “background” often made by English speakers with a limited knowledge of their own language.

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Which is correct: Background or Backround

How to spell Background?

Background (Correct Spelling)

❌  Backround (Incorrect Spelling)

Background

In Technology: A wallpaper or background is a digital image used as a decorative background of a graphical user interface on the screen of a computer, mobile communications device or other electronic deviceThe circumstances or situation prevailing at a particular time or underlying a particular event. i.e.“the political and economic background”

Backround

Synonym of background. The setting or background for a scene, event, or situation.A painted cloth hung at the back of a theatre stage as part of the scenery.

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Background adjective
Less important in a scene.
‘Background noise.’;

Background noun
One’s social heritage, or previous life; what one did in the past.
‘The lawyer had a Background in computer science.’;

Background noun
A part of the picture that depicts scenery to the rear or behind the main subject; context.

Background noun
Information relevant to the current situation about past events; history.

Background noun
A less important feature of scenery (as opposed to foreground).
‘There was tons of noise in the Background.’; ‘The photographer let us pick a Background for the portrait.’;

Background noun
(computing) The image or color over which a computer’s desktop items are shown (e.g. icons or application windows).

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Background noun
(computing) A type of activity on a computer that is not normally visible to the user.
‘The antivirus program is running in the Background.’;

Background verb
To put in a position that is not prominent.

Background verb
(journalism) To gather and provide Background information (on).

Background noun
Ground in the rear or behind, or in the distance, as opposed to the foreground, or the ground in front.

Background noun
The space which is behind and subordinate to a portrait or group of figures.

Background noun
Anything behind, serving as a foil; as, the statue had a Background of red hangings.

Background noun
A place in obscurity or retirement, or out of sight.
‘I fancy there was a Background of grinding and waiting before Miss Torry could produce this highly finished . . . performance.’; ‘A husband somewhere in the Background.’;

Background noun
The set of conditions within which an action takes place, including the social and physical conditions as well as the psychological states of the participants; as, within the Background of the massive budget deficits of the 1980’s, new spending programs had little chance of passage by the congress.

Background noun
The set of conditions that precede and affect an action, such as the social and historical precedents for the event, as well as the general Background; as, against the Background of their expulsion by the Serbs, the desire of Kosovars for vengeance is understandable though regrettable.

Background noun
The signals that may be detected by a measurement which are not due to the phenomenon being studied, and tend to make the measurement uncertain to a greater or lesser degree.

Background noun
An agreement between a journalist and an interviewee that the name of the interviewee will not be quoted in any publication, although the substance of the remarks may be reported; – often used in the phrase “on Background”. Compare deep Background.

Background noun
a person’s social heritage: previous experience or training;
‘he is a lawyer with a sports Background’;

Background noun
the part of a scene (or picture) that lies behind objects in the foreground;
‘he posed her against a Background of rolling hills’;

Background noun
information that is essential to understanding a situation or problem;
‘the embassy filled him in on the Background of the incident’;

Background noun
extraneous signals that can be confused with the phenomenon to be observed or measured;
‘they got a bad connection and could hardly hear one another over the Background signals’;

Background noun
relatively unimportant or inconspicuous accompanying situation;
‘when the rain came he could hear the sound of thunder in the Background’;

Background noun
the state of the environment in which a situation exists;
‘you can’t do that in a university setting’;

Background noun
(computer science) the area of the screen in graphical user interfaces against which icons and windows appear

Background noun
scenery hung at back of stage

Background verb
understate the importance or quality of;
‘he played down his royal ancestry’;

Background noun
the part of a picture, scene, or design that forms a setting for the main figures or objects, or appears furthest from the viewer
‘the word is written in white on a red Background’; ‘the house stands against a Background of sheltering trees’;

Background noun
a less important or conspicuous position or function
‘after that evening, she remained in the Background’;

Background noun
used in reference to tasks or processes that do not need input from the user
‘programs can be left running in the Background’;

Background noun
low-intensity radiation from radioisotopes present in the natural environment.

Background noun
unwanted signals, such as noise in the reception or recording of sound.

Background noun
the circumstances or situation prevailing at a particular time or underlying a particular event
‘the political and economic Background’; ‘Background information’;

Background noun
a person’s education, experience, and social circumstances
‘she has a Background in nursing’; ‘her voice suggested a tenacious, working-class Background’;

Background verb
form a Background to

Background verb
provide with Background
‘the embassy Background American reporters’;

Backround noun
misspelling of background

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