back door

back door
Synonyms and related words:
French door, afterpart, afterpiece, archway, back, back road, back seat, back side, back stairs, back street, back way, backstairs, barway, behind, bolt-hole, breech, bulkhead, by-lane, bypass, bypath, byroad, bystreet, byway, carriage entrance, cellar door, cellarway, clandestine, covert, covert way, detour, door, doorjamb, doorpost, doorway, escalier derobe, escape hatch, escape route, feline, front door, furtive, gate, gatepost, gateway, hatch, hatchway, heel, hidlings, hind end, hind part, hindhead, hole-and-corner, hugger-mugger, lintel, occiput, porch, portal, porte cochere, posterior, postern, privy, propylaeum, pylon, quiet, rear, rear end, rearward, reverse, roundabout way, scuttle, secret exit, secret passage, secret staircase, shifty, side door, side road, side street, skulking, slinking, slinky, sly, sneaking, sneaky, stealthy, stern, stile, storm door, surreptitious, tail, tail end, tailpiece, threshold, tollgate, trap, trap door, turnpike, turnstile, under-the-counter, under-the-table, undercover, underground, underground railroad, underground route, underhand, underhanded, unobtrusive

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  • Back door — may refer to:* Backdoor (computing), is a hidden method for bypassing normal computer authentication systems. * Back Door (jazz trio), a British jazz trio, drums sax and bass guitar, who played in the bar of the highest pub on the Yorkshire moors …   Wikipedia

  • back door — n 1.) a door at the back or side of a building 2.) get in through the back door to achieve something by having an unfair secret advantage ▪ His father works for the company so he got in through the back door …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • back door — noun count * a door at the back or side of a building by/through the back door using secret or dishonest methods to achieve something, and hoping that people do not realize what is happening: They managed to sneak the legislation in through the… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • back|door — back door, 1. a door in the back of a room or house. 2. Figurative. a secret, devious, or irregular means. »[She] charged that the Democratic plan was “socialized medicine by the back door” (New York Times). back|door «BAK DR, DOHR», adjective.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Back door — A door in the back part of a building; hence, an indirect way. Atterbury. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • back door — [n] secretive or illicit method back entrance, back way, indirect access, means of entry, trap door; concepts 274,631 …   New thesaurus

  • back door — back′ door′ n. a secret, furtive, illicit, or indirect method or means • Etymology: 1520–30 back′door′, adj …   From formal English to slang

  • back-door — ˌback ˈdoor [back door] adjective only before noun using indirect or secret means in order to achieve sth …   Useful english dictionary

  • Back Door — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Jazzrock, Blues Gründung 1971 Auflösung 1977 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • back door — noun 1. a secret or underhand means of access (to a place or a position) (Freq. 1) he got his job through the back door • Syn: ↑backdoor • Hypernyms: ↑access 2. an undocumented way to get access to a computer system or the data it contains …   Useful english dictionary

  • back door */ — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms back door : singular back door plural back doors a door at the back or side of a building • by/through the back door using secret or dishonest methods to achieve something, and hoping that people do not realize …   English dictionary

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