a condition of low priority or temporary deferment (usually used in the phrase on the back burner):
Put other issues on the back burner until after the election.
And while his Town & Country photo shoot nearly broke the Internet, modeling is on the back burner: “Acting is my first priority.”
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on the back burner, put aside for the time being, as a subject that is not of immediate concern but that may be activated later; postponed
on the back burner
- Back burner, on a
In a position of low priority. For example, I haven’t forgotten his letter; I’ve just put it on a back burner for now. This term alludes to a cook’s putting items requiring less attention at the back of the stove. [ ; mid-1900s ] Also see: front burner
- Back button
noun a button on a Web browser’s toolbar for returning to the previously visited Web page, which sometimes can be accessed through a programmed keyboard or mouse button Examples The back button will take you through all of the sites you looked at today.
a short backward and often upward swing of a fishing rod, its line, and its lure in preparation for the cast that immediately follows.
- Back catalog
noun all of the works previously produced by a recording artist, group, or record company Examples You can order any recording from that artist’s back catalog. Usage Note music