backstage

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back +‎ stage

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Adjective[edit]

backstage (comparative more backstage, superlative most backstage)

  1. Relating to, or situated in the area behind a stage.
  2. Secret, concealed from the public.

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Adverb[edit]

backstage (comparative more backstage, superlative most backstage)

  1. Towards the area behind the stage.
  2. Out of view of the public.

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Noun[edit]

backstage (plural backstages)

  1. The area behind a stage out of view of the audience where performers wait to give their show; especially that of the dressing rooms.
  2. The private portion of the space used by a business or enterprise.
    • 2013, Raymond Fisk, ‎Stephen Grove, ‎& Joby John, Services Marketing Interactive Approach, ISBN 1285663446, page 73:
      Another broad issue regarding the physical setting involves decisions about the setting's frontstage and backstage.

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Adverb[edit]

backstage (comparable)

  1. backstage