Meaning of pickaback in English:

pickaback

Pronunciation /ˈpɪkəbak/

Translate pickaback into Spanish

noun

old-fashioned term for piggyback (noun)
‘would you mind giving her a pickaback?’
  • ‘In contrast, it is preferable that an infant should be held in a pickaback ride or a vertical manner when the head of the infant is set and the body of the infant becomes bigger.’
  • ‘Especially droll was the situation of the huge fat Captain S., who, puffing and smiling good-naturedly, with legs dragging on the ground, rode pickaback on the feeble little Lieutenant O.’

adverb

old-fashioned term for piggyback (adverb)
  • ‘I climbed up from behind upon him, so he bore me pickaback’

adjective

old-fashioned term for piggyback (adjective)
  • ‘a pickaback ride’

verb

old-fashioned term for piggyback (verb)
  • ‘my father pickabacked me to bed’