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 Translation for 'kickback' from English to Russian
NOUN   a kickback | kickbacks
unverified отка́т {м} [разг.]kickback
unverified
право
взятка {ж}
kickback
unverified
авто.оруж.
отдача {ж}
kickback 
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Translation for 'kickback' from English to Russian

kickback
unverified отка́т {м} [разг.]

unverified взятка {ж}право
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kickback 
unverified отдача {ж}авто.оруж.
Usage Examples English
  • In September 2013, Ferriero was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of bribery, kickback and shakedown schemes.
  • On March 2, 2017, former State Senator, Jon Woods, was indicted on 13 charges by a grand jury in connection to the kickback and bribery scheme.
  • A splitter is a stationary blade of similar thickness to the rotating saw blade mounted behind it to prevent a board from pinching inward into the saw kerf and binding on the saw blade, potentially causing a dangerous kickback.
  • Another example of a kickback would be if a judge receives a portion of the profits that a business makes in exchange for his judicial decisions.
  • By far the most effective tool in preventing kickback is operator training.

  • Aside from the materials they are made of, bits can be classified as edge bits or non-edge bits, and whether the bit is designed to be "anti-kickback".
  • There is a pair of kickback holes in the upper left of the main screen, with a bumper in proximity to the upper one.
  • The Edekabank offers a free of charge check account ("Edeka-Konto") with a kickback of 1% on purchases made in Edeka grocery stores (up to max.
  • He represented one of Texas House Speaker Billy Clayton's cronies in the kickback scandal known as Brilab in 1980.
  • In 2018, AbbVie agreed to pay $25 million to resolve allegations that it made use of kickback schemes to promote its cholesterol drug Tricor.

  • Belknap and his wives receiving kickback payments from a Fort Sill tradership contract.
  • On July 17, 1981, Locke and eight others were indicted for their roles in a kickback scheme at the MBTA.
  • In 1981, McDonough was acquitted on charges of taking a $5,000 kickback from a school bus company.
  • Steering kickback is a phenomenon which vehicle makers try to minimize in an early design phase of every vehicle because minimizing this phenomenon after vehicle deployment can be quite difficult.
  • Kickback is the term for when a piece of wood is ripped, and either pinches the blade, or turns outward against the blade of the spinning saw and is propelled back towards the operator at a high speed.

  • The Anti-Kickback Enforcement Act of 1986 ([...] , originally codified at 41 U.S.C. ...
  • The term derives from Italian "tangente", which means 'kickback', and in this context refers to kickbacks given for public works contracts, and Greek "polis" meaning 'city'; [...] it is thus sometimes translated as "Bribesville" or "Kickback City".
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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