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back-order

[bak-awr-der] /ˈbækˌɔr dər/
verb (used with object)
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to treat as a back order:
We have to back-order your sofa until the new fabric arrives.
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Word Origin and History for backorder

also back-order, by 1980 (n.); 1985 (v.), from back (adj.) + order. Related: Backordered.

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