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English definition of “return-to-base”

return-to-base

adjective [before noun]     ( abbreviation RTB)
COMMERCE used to describe an agreement in which goods can be replaced or repaired if the buyer returns them to the place they came from: All our machines have a 2-year return-to-base guarantee.
(Definition of return-to-base adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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