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That was the only backstage pass I needed. The Sun (2016)I just wanted access, the backstage passes and the party invitations. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He chided the management for the poor upkeep of the backstage area. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The backstage tours are choreographed almost as carefully. Times, Sunday Times (2013)See my website for the full interview and backstage tour footage. The Sun (2010)Our three winners and their guests will also get the chance to meet the cast and have a backstage tour. The Sun (2009)The summit took place backstage at the O2 arena. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What people don't realise is what goes on backstage. The Sun (2014)The auditorium, the stage and backstage areas were burnt to the ground. A TALE OF FOUR HOUSES: Opera at Covent Garden, La Scala, Vienna and the Met since 1945 (2003)She arranged for the machine to be placed backstage throughout their American gigs. The Sun (2013)We have to get him special backstage passes 'cos he always comes down in disguise. The Sun (2011)Opening night, and the smell of cooked food fills the backstage area. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The American stopper managed to bag a backstage pass and was blown away to meet his hero. The Sun (2006)Watch video of the awards on my website to see a backstage tour from James. The Sun (2011)So for me and the viewers it's like getting a backstage pass to farming. The Sun (2011)Backstage crews were forced to rebuild the pod three times because they hadn't got it down to the closest centimetre. The Sun (2011)Go backstage after your performance, see the cars being rebuilt by their tearful creators and persuade the presenters to sign your programme. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I bet the staff backstage think they've got the best job in the world. The Sun (2010)And then I got to go backstage. Times, Sunday Times (2009)After the show I got to go backstage and went on the actual steam train with one of the actors. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Backstage after the show, still in his exquisitely constructed riding boots, he manages to blend drama and reality. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'backstage'
British English: backstage ADVERB
In a theatre, backstage refers to the areas behind the stage.
He went backstage and asked for her autograph.
- American English: backstage
- Brazilian Portuguese: bastidores
- Chinese: 在后台
- European Spanish: entre bastidores
- French: dans les coulisses
- German: hinter den Kulissen
- Italian: dietro le quinte
- Japanese: 舞台裏
- Korean: 무대 뒤로
- European Portuguese: bastidores
- Spanish: entre bastidores
Definition of backstage from the Collins English Dictionary
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