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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcashbackcash‧back /ˈkæʃbæk/ noun [uncountable]  1 a way of getting money at a shop when you use a debit card to pay for the things you are buying, in which the shop gives you money which it takes from your bank account I got £40 cashback.2 a way of reducing the price of a car, piece of furniture etc where the seller says what the price is and offers to give a certain amount of money back to the person who buys it Price on the road – £8,750. But on top of that, we’ll give you £500 cashback.
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cashbackAnd the benefit of either the fast track remortgage service, or a £250 cashback.To top the offer cahoot is giving a 5 per cent cashback on balance transfers.
From Longman Business Dictionarycashbackcash‧back /ˈkæʃbæk/ noun [uncountable]BANKING a way of getting cash from a SUPERMARKET (=a large shop selling food and other goods) when you are paying for your goods with a DEBIT CARD (=a plastic card made available by a bank that allows you to pay for goods and services, with the amounts taken immediately from your bank account)
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