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rebates, plural;
  1. Pay back (such a sum of money)

  1. A partial refund to someone who has paid too much money for tax, rent, or a utility

  2. A deduction or discount on a sum of money due

  1. a refund of some fraction of the amount paid
  2. give a reduction in the price during a sale; "The store is rebating refrigerators this week"
  3. cut a rebate in (timber or stone)
  4. rabbet: a rectangular groove made to hold two pieces together
  5. A rebate is an amount paid by way of reduction, return, or refund on what has already been paid or contributed. It is a type of sales promotion marketers use primarily as incentives or supplements to product sales. The mail-in rebate (MIR) is the most common. ...
  6. (Rebatement (heraldry)) An abatement, in heraldry, is a modification of the shield or coat of arms that supposedly can be imposed by authority (in England supposedly by the Court of Chivalry) for misconduct. ...
  7. A deduction from an amount to be paid; an abatement; The return of part of an amount already paid; A rectangular groove made to hold two pieces (of wood etc) together; a rabbet; To deduct or return an amount from a bill or payment; To diminish or lessen something; To cut a rebate (or rabbet) ...
  8. (Rebated) Weapons with no edges or with the edges removed, used in tourneys a plaisance.
  9. (Rebated) A weapon point or edge that has been blunted, for use in tournament contests.
  10. (Rebates) A form of price adjustment in which cash refunds are giving directly from the manufacturer to the costumer to stimulate purchase of an item or a group of items.
  11. (Rebates) A rebate is a partial monetary return of an amount paid. The Interstate Commerce Act prohibited rebates for railway rates because they discriminated between different groups. Small farmers were angered that they were required to pay more than other interests were. ...
  12. (Rebates) If you install energy-efficient windows, many utility companies are now offering cash rebates, while the federal government, and a few state governments are offering tax rebates. For more information, consult our Stimulus Tax Credits page.
  13. (Rebates) Mail-in refunds offered by companies as an incentive to encourage customers to try new or existing products.  Companies hope this will increase products sales and that you will forget to mail-in the required proofs of purchase by the established deadline.  Don’t let that be you. ...
  14. (Rebates) The IEEE provides funding for each Section in the form of a rebate.  A rebate payment is sent to the Section upon the receipt and approval of all required annual reports. The Section is responsible for providing funding to its Subunits. ...
  15. (Rebates) You may need to mail your receipt in to take advantage of mail-in rebates for particular items.  It’s easier if you don’t have to send in a receipt three feet long, or for items that you may need the receipt for later. ...
  16. (Rebates) an amount of money that is paid to a PBM from a drug manufacturer for either representing their product on a formulary or committing to move product market share of the product. A percentage of the rebate paid to the PBM is shared with the employer or payer. 7
  17. (Rebates) are partial or full refunds of money already paid for a service or goods and are often given in taxation returns.
  18. (Rebates) cash-back bonuses for trading.
  19. (Rebates) for buying energy-efficient appliances like refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners are available from both the government as well as manufacturers. ...
  20. (rebates) A practice in which railroads gave price breaks to large shippers.
  21. (rebates) Companies sometimes advertise rebates so consumers perceive a lower price for an item, but the rules for obtaining rebates are often carefully crafted to be convoluted as possible and consumers often fail to receive their rebates. (Read more on this.)
  22. (rebates) In the cutthroat competition of late nineteenth-century railroading, some railroads increased the volume of freight they carried by giving shippers rebates--reduced rates for large shipments. It was a policy open to abuse.
  23. rebates may be obtained from the manufacturer if the goods supplied do not sell as well as intended.  A manufacturer might agree to give a rebate to reduce the cost of the merchandise sold, and fund a mark down at store level. ...
  24. (Rebating) Giving any valuable consideration, usually all or part of the commission, to the prospect or insured as an inducement to buy or renew. Rebating is prohibited by law.