Definitions for drawbackˈdrɔˌbæk
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word drawback
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an undesirable or objectionable feature; disadvantage.
a refund of tariff or other tax, as when imported goods are exported anew.
Origin of drawback:
the quality of being a hindrance
"he pointed out all the drawbacks to my plan"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
One of the drawbacks of teaching is the low salary.
A disadvantage; something that detracts or takes away.
Poor fuel economy is a common drawback among larger vehicles.
A partial refund of an import fee, as when goods are re-exported from the country that collected the fee.
Origin: draw + back
a loss of advantage, or deduction from profit, value, success, etc.; a discouragement or hindrance; objectionable feature
money paid back or remitted; especially, a certain amount of duties or customs, sometimes the whole, and sometimes only a part, remitted or paid back by the government, on the exportation of the commodities on which they were levied
Drawback is the name of the fifth album by German band X Marks the Pedwalk. It was released by Zoth Ommog in Europe and Metropolis Records in North America, both in CD format.
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From our Multilingual Dictionary
- пречка, затруднениеBulgarian
- nevýhoda, záporCzech
- devolución de los impuestos de importación a los exportadores, desventaja, drawbackSpanish
- huono puoli, varjopuoli, palautus, haittapuoli, haittaFinnish
- désavantage, drawback, inconvénientFrench
- недостаток, изъянRussian
- nackdel, baksidaSwedish
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