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Meaning of "money-back" - Business English Dictionary

money-back

adjective [before noun]
 
 
COMMERCE used to describe an agreement between a business and customer in which the customer's money will be returned if they are not satisfied with the product or service: There is a money back guarantee so you can try the program to see if you like it. a money-back deal/offer
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