Monday, March 28, 2005

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New Anglo Saxon Dictionary

kickback n. (100%) (informal) a payment made to someone who has facilitated a transaction or appointment, especially illicitly.

1. Jacques, a discontented lord attending the banished duke in Shakespeare's As You Like It. Many of the play's most memorable lines are his, including the speech beginning ‘All the world's a stage’ (ii. vii).

2. Jacques /ak/ I. nom masculin faire le ~ to play the fool. II. nom propre James.

kickback Jacques (100%) corruption

previous dictionary entries (from the New Anglo Saxon dictionary)



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