guard (def 17).
secret; furtive; illicit; indirect. Contemporary Examples That’s happening thanks to Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Survillence Act, the very “backdoor” discussed here. It’s Time to Shut the NSA’s Backdoor Used to Spy on Americans Geoffrey R. Stone July 2, 2014 That is a typically Russian feature, by banning, they will just awake our interest […]
- Backdoor man
backdoor man noun phrase A married woman’s lover; jody (1960s+ Black)
- Backgate parole
backgate parole noun phrase The death of a prisoner from natural causes (1920s+ Prison)
- Backdoor selling
noun the sale of goods by wholesalers directly to consumers in violation of agreements with retailers