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From Longman Business Dictionarygivebackgive‧back /ˈgɪvbæk/ noun [countable] American EnglishHUMAN RESOURCES something a company or employee does for the benefit of the economy as a whole or their employer, even though it is bad for the company or person themselves. It might take the form of an employee taking a reduction in wages when their employer’s business is in difficultyThe union was not forced into any givebacks.
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