A door inside straight back section of a building hence an indirect way
- an entrance guiding a building
- an undocumented solution to access a computer system and/or data it has
- a secret or underhand ways access (to somewhere or a position)
- A door in straight back section of a building; thus, an indirect means.
process in which the BANK OF THE UNITED KINGDOMT tries to influence UNITED KINGDOM cash supply indirectly by dealing in TREASURY BILLS through its own account, at market rates. See also ENTRY WAY.
A door in the back element of a building; for this reason, an indirect means.
The back door was ajar so that the dog could come and go.