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back-end

adjective [before noun]
 
/ˌbækˈend/
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 will apply when you sell your share in the fund. →  Compare front-end
IT relating to the part of a computer program or system that the user does not see or use: We devised an automatic processing system with a back-end database.
(Definition of back-end adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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