backlog definition

  • noun:
    • A reserve supply or supply.
    • a build up, specifically of incomplete work or unfilled sales.
    • a sizable wood at the rear of a fire in a fireplace.
    • An accumulation or buildup, specifically of unfilled purchases or incomplete work
    • A reserve resource or supply
    • A large stick of timber, developing the rear of a fire on the hearth. Contrasted to forestick.
    • An accumulation (of tasks or of materials) which were maybe not carried out or processed within regular time and require interest.
    • a big log put at the back of an open wood-fire to maintain combustion and focus the heat.
    • the large wood behind a hearth fire
    • some thing held straight back or saved for future usage or a unique purpose
    • a build up of jobs maybe not done or products perhaps not processed which can be yet to be managed (especially unfilled customer sales for services or products)
  • verb-transitive:
    • To acquire (some thing) as a backlog.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become a backlog; accumulate.
  • verb:
    • To acquire something as a backlog, or even become a backlog
    • accumulate and produce a backlog

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