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back passage — noun 1. A passageway at or towards the rear of a building 2. The rectum (informal) • • • Main Entry: ↑back * * * ˌback ˈpassage 7 [back passage back passages] … Useful english dictionary
back passage — back passages N COUNT People sometimes refer to their rectum as their back passage. [BRIT, INFORMAL] … English dictionary
back passage — noun count BRITISH a person s RECTUM (=the part of your body where solid waste comes out), used for example by doctors to avoid embarrassing people … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
back passage — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms back passage : singular back passage plural back passages British an expression meaning a person s rectum (= the part of your body where solid waste comes out), used for example by doctors to avoid embarrassing … English dictionary
back passage — noun a) The passage between two terraced houses leading between and the front and back gardens or yards. b) anus … Wiktionary
back passage — /ˈbæk pæsɪdʒ/ (say bak pasij) noun the anal passage … Australian English dictionary
back passage — noun Brit. euphemistic a person s rectum … English new terms dictionary
back passage — noun (C) a word meaning anus (=the hole where food waste comes out of your body) used to avoid offending people … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
back passage — Noun. The rectum. Informal … English slang and colloquialisms
passage — n. accommodations 1) to book passage (on a ship) section 2) an obscure passage (in a text) way, channel 3) to clear; force a passage 4) a secret passage channel in the body 5) nasal passages 6) (BE) the back passage ( the rectum ) transition 7) a … Combinatory dictionary