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Origin of under-the-counter
Words nearby under-the-counter
Example sentences from the Web for under-the-counter
“Because of a few who make themselves rich from politics and under-the-counter money, all of us have to pay,” she blogged.Italy’s Politicians Revealed by P.M. as Highest Paid in Europe|Barbie Latza Nadeau|January 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Idioms and Phrases with under-the-counter
Secretly, surreptitiously, as in I'm sure they're selling liquor to minors under the counter. This expression most often alludes to an illegal transaction, the counter being the flat-surfaced furnishing or table over which legal business is conducted. It was first recorded in 1926. Also see under the table.