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stage door

noun [C] uk   us  
the door that is used by the actors and theatre workers when entering and leaving the theatre: We stood by the stage door waiting to get the actors' autographs.
Translations of “stage door”
in Chinese (Traditional) (供演出人員進出的)劇場後門…
in Chinese (Simplified) (供演职人员进出的)剧场后门…
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