backroom definition

  • noun:
    • A room positioned during the back.
    • The meeting-place utilized by an inconspicuous controlling group.
    • a space close to the back of a premises, specially one just available to a privileged few and therefore can be used as an inconspicuous meeting place
    • the meeting-place of several leaders who make their particular decisions via private negotiations.
    • an area located in the back of an establishment; generally accessible simply to privileged teams
    • the meeting-place of a small grouping of frontrunners who make their particular choices via private negotiations
  • adjective:
    • Of, associated with, or taking place in a backroom: backroom games.
    • Marked by the exercise of hidden control and maneuvering: backroom politics.
    • Of, relating to, or happening in a backroom
    • described as privacy or anonymity

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