- 1A secondary or covert route for the passage of information: we used him as a diplomatic backchannelMore example sentences
- Secret White House backchannels (discovered from recently released White House tapes) are used to support the book's contention.
- In a sense, he is right that backchannels always exist and always will.
- A friend calls my weblog ‘the backchannel to my brain’, and in a way, it is.
- 2 Psychology A sound or gesture made to give continuity to a conversation by a person who is listening to another: [as modifier]: supportive backchannel cuesMore example sentences
- Amongst these are what have been characterised in the literature as backchannels, minimal response or receipt tokens, and include items such as Yeah, Oh, Right, and Great.
More definitions of backchannelDefinition of backchannel in:
- The US English dictionary