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back in return or in reply. [1/10 definitions]
buy to get in return for paying money; purchase. [1/3 definitions]
change the money that one is given in return if one pays for something with an amount of money than is greater than the price. [1/10 definitions]
compensation something given in return for or to make up for something else.
employee someone who works for a person or business in return for pay.
exchange to give in return for something else; trade. [2/4 definitions]
feudalism a political and economic system in Europe and Japan during the Middle Ages. Royal or noble families owned the land and allowed people to live on and farm the land in return for a share of the crops and their service in war.
for hire available for service or use in return for a payment of money.
gift something a person gives without wanting anything in return; a present. [1/2 definitions]
give to hand over in return for something. [1/7 definitions]
hijack to take control of an airplane or other vehicle by force. People who hijack airplanes often demand things in return for returning the vehicle and letting the people on it go free.
hire to have the use of in return for a payment of money; rent. [1/3 definitions]
insurance a protection against certain accidents that is provided by a company in return for payment of a fee. [1/2 definitions]
passive receiving an action without acting in return, or not responding to something that might affect one. [1/2 definitions]
pay to give (money or other item of value) in return for something. [1/9 definitions]
payment the act or an instance of giving money in return for something. [1/2 definitions]
ransom the payment demanded in return for setting a kidnapped person free, or the act of setting someone free by paying the price demanded. [1/2 definitions]
reap to get in return for something. [1/2 definitions]
repay to do or give in return; reward. [1/3 definitions]
tip3 to give a tip to in return for a service. [1/4 definitions]
vassal a person in the Middle Ages who was given the use of land in return for loyalty and service to a lord.