Back end

Back end (engl. hinteres Ende) bezeichnet:


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  • back-end — UK /ˌbækˈend/ adjective [before noun] ► relating to the final parts of a process or project, or to money that you pay when you sell a financial product: » Back end logistics refers to product delivery and payment collection. »Back end charges… …   Financial and business terms

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  • back-end — backˈ endˈ noun 1. The rear end 2. The later part of a season (dialect) 3. The late autumn (dialect) 4. The aspects of the running of an operation, eg a website, that do not involve interaction with the public • • • Main Entry: ↑back …   Useful english dictionary

  • Back End — Back End,   Front End …   Universal-Lexikon

  • back end — noun a) The rear, back, or invisible portion (of something). The back end of the operation is kept out of sight of the customers. b) that part of a hardware or software system that is farthest from the user …   Wiktionary

  • back-end — I Cleveland Dialect List end of a week, a month, a year II North Country (Newcastle) Words the autmnal part of the year, the latter end of any given time …   English dialects glossary

  • back-end — ● ►en adj. ►EXEC En français: arrière plan, par opposition au Front End (qui est traduit par avant plan) …   Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone

  • back-end — adjective 1》 relating to the end of a project, process, or investment. 2》 Computing denoting a specialized subordinate processor or program, not directly accessed by the user …   English new terms dictionary

  • back-end — /ˈbæk ɛnd/ (say bak end) adjective of or relating to the final stages of a project, plan, etc. Also, backend …   Australian English dictionary

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