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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbackdoorback‧door /ˈbækdɔː $ -dɔːr/ adjective [only before noun]  PGSECRETsecret, or not publicly stated as your intention a backdoor tax rise
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backdoora backdoor diplomatic solutionIt is a move that many see as backdoor nationalisation.Paid $ 100 for it in a backdoor transaction.
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