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re·bate 1

 (rē′bāt′)
n.
A deduction from an amount to be paid or a return of part of an amount given in payment.
tr.v. (rē′bāt′, rĭ-bāt′) re·bat·ed, re·bat·ing, re·bates
1. To deduct or return (an amount) from a payment or bill.
2. To lessen; diminish.

[From Middle English rebaten, to deduct, from Old French rabattre, rebattre, to reduce, to beat down again : re-, re- + abbattre, to beat down; see abate.]

re′bat·er n.

re·bate 2

 (rē′bāt′, răb′ĭt)
n. & v.
Variant of rabbet.

rebate

n
(Commerce) a refund of a fraction of the amount payable or paid, as for goods purchased in quantity; discount
vb (tr)
1. (Commerce) to deduct (a part) of a payment from (the total)
2. archaic to reduce or diminish (something or the effectiveness of something)
[C15: from Old French rabattre to beat down, hence reduce, deduct, from re- + abatre to put down; see abate]
reˈbatable, reˈbateable adj
ˈrebater n

rebate

(ˈriːbeɪt; ˈræbɪt)
n, vb
(Building) another word for rabbet

re•bate

(ˈri beɪt; v. also rɪˈbeɪt)

n., v. -bat•ed, -bat•ing. n.
1. a return of part of the original payment for some service or merchandise.
v.t.
2. to allow as a discount.
3. to deduct (a certain amount), as from a total.
4. to return (part of an original payment).
5. to provide a rebate for (merchandise) after purchase.
6. to blunt (an edged or pointed weapon).
[1400–50; late Middle English (v.) < Old French rabatre to beat, put down, =re- re- + (a)batre; see abate]
re′bat•er, n.

rebate


Past participle: rebated
Gerund: rebating

Imperative
rebate
rebate
Present
I rebate
you rebate
he/she/it rebates
we rebate
you rebate
they rebate
Preterite
I rebated
you rebated
he/she/it rebated
we rebated
you rebated
they rebated
Present Continuous
I am rebating
you are rebating
he/she/it is rebating
we are rebating
you are rebating
they are rebating
Present Perfect
I have rebated
you have rebated
he/she/it has rebated
we have rebated
you have rebated
they have rebated
Past Continuous
I was rebating
you were rebating
he/she/it was rebating
we were rebating
you were rebating
they were rebating
Past Perfect
I had rebated
you had rebated
he/she/it had rebated
we had rebated
you had rebated
they had rebated
Future
I will rebate
you will rebate
he/she/it will rebate
we will rebate
you will rebate
they will rebate
Future Perfect
I will have rebated
you will have rebated
he/she/it will have rebated
we will have rebated
you will have rebated
they will have rebated
Future Continuous
I will be rebating
you will be rebating
he/she/it will be rebating
we will be rebating
you will be rebating
they will be rebating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rebating
you have been rebating
he/she/it has been rebating
we have been rebating
you have been rebating
they have been rebating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rebating
you will have been rebating
he/she/it will have been rebating
we will have been rebating
you will have been rebating
they will have been rebating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rebating
you had been rebating
he/she/it had been rebating
we had been rebating
you had been rebating
they had been rebating
Conditional
I would rebate
you would rebate
he/she/it would rebate
we would rebate
you would rebate
they would rebate
Past Conditional
I would have rebated
you would have rebated
he/she/it would have rebated
we would have rebated
you would have rebated
they would have rebated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rebate - a refund of some fraction of the amount paidrebate - a refund of some fraction of the amount paid
refund - money returned to a payer
rent-rebate - a rebate on rent given by a local government authority
2.rebate - a rectangular groove made to hold two pieces togetherrebate - a rectangular groove made to hold two pieces together
groove, channel - a long narrow furrow cut either by a natural process (such as erosion) or by a tool (as e.g. a groove in a phonograph record)
Verb1.rebate - give a reduction in the price during a sale; "The store is rebating refrigerators this week"
discount - give a reduction in price on; "I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes"
2.rebate - cut a rebate in (timber or stone)
cut - separate with or as if with an instrument; "Cut the rope"
rusticate - give (stone) a rustic look
3.rebate - join with a rebate; "rebate the pieces of timber and stone"
bring together, join - cause to become joined or linked; "join these two parts so that they fit together"

rebate

rebate

noun
An amount deducted:
verb
1. To take away (a quantity) from another quantity:
Informal: knock off.
2. To grow or cause to grow gradually less:
Translations
حَسْمحَسْم، خَصْم
přeplatekrabat
godtgørelsenedslag
alennus
rabat
rabatt
afsláttur
リベート
환불
grąžinamoji išmoka
atlaide
rabatt
เงินที่ต้องจ่ายคืนมา
tiền hoàn lại

rebate

[ˈriːbeɪt] N
1. (= discount) → rebaja f, descuento m
2. (= money back) → reembolso m, devolución f

rebate

[ˈriːbeɪt] n
(= discount) (on product)rabais m; (on tax)dégrèvement m; (on rent)réduction f
(= refund) → remboursement m

rebate

n (= discount)Rabatt m, → (Preis)nachlass m; (= money back)Rückvergütung f, → Rückzahlung f

rebate

[ˈriːbeɪt] nrimborso

rebate

(ˈriːbeit) noun
a part of a payment, tax etc which is given back to the person paying it.

rebate

حَسْم přeplatek godtgørelse Preisnachlass επιστροφή παρακρατηθέντος ποσού reembolso alennus rabais rabat rimborso リベート 환불 terugbetaling rabatt rabat abatimento, desconto скидка rabatt เงินที่ต้องจ่ายคืนมา para iadesi tiền hoàn lại 回扣
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