backdoor

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the phrase back door.

Noun[edit]

backdoor (plural backdoors)

  1. Alternative spelling of back door, which can be used attributively.
    • 2021 September 8, “Network News: SWR accused of "backdoor price hikes"”, in RAIL, number 939, page 12:
      South Western Railway is introducing "backdoor price hikes" of "up to 28%" from September 5, claims pressure group SWR Watch, which has asked the operator: "When were you going to tell passengers?"

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Verb[edit]

backdoor (third-person singular simple present backdoors, present participle backdooring, simple past and past participle backdoored)

  1. Alternative spelling of back door

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