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passkey in Household topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpasskeypass‧key /ˈpɑːs-kiː $ ˈpæs-/ noun [countable]  DHa key that will open several different locks in a building
Examples from the Corpus
passkeyWell yes, but in those sorts of terms complementarity becomes a passkey which turns suspiciously many locks.The night porter used a passkey for those rooms that were empty or where no-one answered.Mauss bought the passkey back, thwarting the anarchists' plans.