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1. I know some good back roads that are never busy.

"some good back roads" means ???

2. Oh, c'mon hon. I'll be really careful.

What does "hon" mean?

Thanks!
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1. back road = not the main road. A different route or way than most people usually take.

2. hon is a term of endearment. Short for "honey". It's equivalent to dear, sweetie, sweetheart, sugar, love, and anything else that lovers, couples or spouses (and sometimes, family members) call each other.
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In the above sentence "back" has no separate meaning, I guess you wanna know about " back road". Emotion: smile
You can find this worh in many online Dictionary.
Far as I know, a "back road" is a road that is not frequently travelled. It is not a main road and sometimes used as alternate routes. Back roads are usually winding paths go through rural areas to the main roads and useful sometimes even though they may not be as direct as the main. Emotion: smile
Ex: There was too much traffic on the highway , so I used a back road, it was very scenic but I had to keep the speed down.
About "hon", I guess it a name or a nick name Emotion: smile... maybe abbreviation of honey Emotion: big smile
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Arvsworld2. hon is a term of endearment. Short for "honey". It's equivalent to dear, sweetie, sweetheart, sugar, love, and anything else that lovers, couples or spouses (and sometimes, family members) call each other.

Hahha... I guess that I guessed right about this. Emotion: big smile