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Origin of kickback
OTHER WORDS FROM kickbackan·ti·kick·back, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for kickback
Another Russian word the actor might learn, the commenters proposed, was raspilit, or "kickback."Gérard Depardieu After Receiving Russian Citizenship: I Love Putin!|Anna Nemtsova|January 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then Mubarak and his family and their allies would see benefits in return, presumably some kickback or a share of the profits.
My question to the government is this: What constitutes a modern-day bribe or kickback?
Is a perpetrator off the hook because he or she uses the market to pay the kickback?
Meanwhile, he earned the nickname "Mr. Ten Percent" for the kickback he purportedly took on government contracts.
I want to set down what happened in case there's ever a kickback although I don't think there ever will be.The Beasts in the Void|Paul W. Fairman
The nerves of Average Jones gave a sharp "kickback," like a mis-cranked motor-car.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
The "kickback" would have certainly killed or wounded us both.The Red Watch|J. A. Currie
British Dictionary definitions for kickback
verb kick back (adverb)
Idioms and Phrases with kickback
Recoil unexpectedly and violently, as in This rifle kicks back a lot when you fire it. [Early 1800s]
Return stolen property to the owner, as in The pawnbroker kicked back the paintings to the gallery. [Colloquial; first half of 1900s]
Pay back a part of one's earnings, as in The workers were forced to kick back half their pay to the agent. [Colloquial; first half of 1900s]