Closed-door meaning

klōzd'dôr'
Not open or accessible to the public; held in privacy.

A series of closed-door meetings.

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Characterized by restricted admission or access, specif. as to exclude the public or press.

Closed-door board meetings.

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Not open to participation by non-members or the public.

The leaders held a closed door meeting to decide on a future course of action in the case.

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Origin of closed-door

  • Metaphor of an isolated room, behind doors that are closed.
    From Wiktionary