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back door

adjective A slang term referring to the anus; anal.
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The baker testified that when he went to the restaurant at 4am to open the place, he saw the back-door open.
Sources further added that USA, UK and Iran have important interests in Pakistan especially in Karachi and keeping in view these interests, the three countries are using back-door diplomacy to push the government of Pakistan towards substitute option.
Kerik, who was sentenced to four years in prison in 2010 for tax evasion and lying to government officials and now works as a consultant, told the International Business Times that back-door technology would simply give the government an open warrant to collect anything it wants.
"This system is penalising the provincial finalists which is unfair, and they're also doing their best to penalise the back-door guys as well," he claimed.
Wickes is donating 100 of its premium front- and back-door security packs, worth pounds 3,500, as well as more than 700 window and patio door locks, worth more than pounds 7,000, to help make seniors' homes more secure.