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kickbacknoun

  • jaキックバック、見返り
  • ena commission on a more or less shady deal

Examples

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How could you betray the whole force?
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You've been double-dealing with the freeriders.
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I'm trying to bust the freeriders.
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- I was undercover. - You've been taking kickbacks, flapjacks,
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sabotaging our operation at every turn.
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There are some after service fees.
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I'm pretty sure they're kickbacks.
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So these guys are gonna do the work.
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The foreman's gonna get a kickback.
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But he's gonna have to pay the mob guys.
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Now, the mob guys, they talk to me, okay?
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Only me.
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Unmute
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For all of its unlikable characters, War on Everyone is a surprisingly enjoyable movie.
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The main characters are Terry and Bob — played by Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Peña,
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respectively — two crooked cops with absolutely no moral code.
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Instead of stopping crimes, they spend their days blackmailing criminals in exchange for
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kickbacks.