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behind bars in jail or prison.
behind one's back when one is not present; secretly.
behind the scenes not in view or on display; in private; in secret.
fall behind to not keep up with; lag behind.
get behind to be late in doing things that continually need to be done, or to not make the amount of progress that one plans or needs to make; not keep to the expected or necessary pace (often fol. by "in").
leave behind to leave or go ahead without bringing (something or someone). [2 definitions]
wet behind the ears (informal) naive; inexperienced.