backstage (not comparable)
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backstage (plural backstages)
- The area behind a stage out of view of the audience where performers wait to give their show; especially that of the dressing rooms.
- The private portion of the space used by a business or enterprise.
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- Another broad issue regarding the physical setting involves decisions about the setting's frontstage and backstage.
backstage m (invariable)
backstage m (plural backstages)
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