Definition of 'back door'
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Now it is commonplace to see pots of early potatoes nestled beside the back doors of houses. The Sun (2016)That means locking side doors and back doors, and encouraging staff and volunteers to pull propped doors closed. Christianity Today (2000)With so much to do right outside the back door, the house need only be a place to kip. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The coal, the minister had decreed, was to be mined right up to the back door of the house. Times, Sunday Times (2007)To make this layout work, two sections of wall need to be removed around the original back door, possibly requiring a structural engineer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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