Definitions for backstreetˈbækˌstrit

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

back′ street′

  1. a street apart from the main or business area of a town. Cf. side street.

Origin of back street:

1630–40

back•streetˈbækˌstrit(adj.)

  1. taking place in secrecy and often illegally:

    backstreet political maneuvering.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

Origin of backstreet:

1895–1900

Wiktionary

  1. backstreet(Adjective)

    Associated with neighborhoods on back streets, often in older neighborhoods, with poorer residents.

Freebase

  1. Backstreet

    Backstreet is a 1982 album by David Sanborn.

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