Did you perhaps mean callback?
- n. alternative spelling of cash-back.
“Second, although 3 per cent cashback might not sound like much, it's better than 0 per cent cashback, which is what many of Santander's rivals offer.”
“Bing. com Microsoft's new search engine has an exciting feature called cashback that allows you to save more money.www. searchandrank, com”
“Bing cashback is the new feature introduced in Bing that allows you to redeem a percentage of the product's cost back as a discount (aka cashback).”
“I use the card mostly at gas stations and grocery stores to earn 3\% cashback, which is pretty nice these days.”
“At the top I see "Xbox 360" with the gold coin cashback icon and”
“On the surface, this is basically a pricegrabber/shopzilla/nextag with the added "cashback" feature and nicely wrapped in Ajax.”
“One of several Tory frontbenchers entitled to the 'cashback' offer last night privately said he would not touch the money 'with a barge pole' and expected Mr Cameron to order his troops to do likewise.”
“If you take out a card just for a perk, such as cashback or other rewards, and you don't then clear your balance, it is a false economy,' he says.”
“And Justice Secretary Jack Straw is doubling the 'cashback' scheme which ploughs a share of the proceeds of crime back into the community.”
“Richard North was named UK Business Thinker 2010 at a ceremony in Hong Kong on Thursday and will fly home with up to £200,000 in "cashback" and up to £5m in lending from HSBC.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘cashback’.
Names for the next generation of My Little Ponies. Inspired by Star's list.
Things that are instant.
miscellaneous words that weren't here till I added them
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