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backroom (plural backrooms)
- A room near the rear of a premises, especially one that is only accessible to a privileged few and can be used as an inconspicuous meeting place.
backroom (not comparable)
- Of, relating to, or happening in a backroom.
- 1964 July, “News and Comment: The Broad Street-Richmond line”, in Modern Railways, page 17:
- It is known that means of using this end of the former NLR and Broad Street station to take an overspill of traffic from Liverpool Street have been under backroom study for some time.
- (figurative) Characterized by secrecy or anonymity.
happening in a backroom