Plural: backgates

Back gate; rear gate; backdoor. Also figuratively: Something done secretly or indirectly, or as a contingency measure or exit strategy.


Infinitive: backgate
3rd person: backgates
Present: backgating
Gerund: backgating
Past: backgated
Perfect: backgated

Acting in relation to a back gate, such as loitering or arriving there, unloading cargo at a rear entrance, welcoming guests, guarding, etc⋅.

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