Definition of "kickback"
  1. A payment, often in the form of money or property, given to a person who has the ability to influence or manage a source of income for the one making the payment
How to use "kickback" in a sentence
  1. The contractor was accused of offering a kickback to the city official in exchange for preferential treatment in contract assignments.
  2. To secure the lucrative deal, the businessman resorted to giving a valuable kickback to the broker.
  3. Investigations reveal that the former executive received substantial kickbacks for awarding contracts to certain suppliers.

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