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kickback

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkɪkbæk/ US
money given to someone, especially illegally, for providing help, a job, or a piece of businessForms of money and methods of payment
Translations of “kickback”
in Chinese (Traditional) (不合法的)回扣,酬金…
in Russian взятка…
in Turkish rüşvet, yasadışı yollarla ödenen/verilen para…
in Chinese (Simplified) (不合法的)回扣,酬金…
in Polish łapówka…
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