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rebate

noun [C]  us   /ˈri·beɪt/
money that is returned to you after you pay for goods or services, done in order to make the sale more attractive: Chrysler announced cash rebates of $1000 on some trucks.
Translations of “rebate”
in Vietnamese số tiền được hoàn lại…
in Spanish devolución, reembolso…
in Thai เงินคืน…
in Malaysian rebet…
in French remise…
in German die Rückzahlung…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指政府返還的)部分退款…
in Indonesian rabat…
in Russian возврат переплаты…
in Turkish iade, iade edilen tutar/meblağ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指政府返还的)部分退款…
in Polish zwrot (nadpłaty)…
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