Another Russian word the actor might learn, the commenters proposed, was raspilit, or "kickback."
Then Mubarak and his family and their allies would see benefits in return, presumably some kickback or a share of the profits.
My question to the government is this: What constitutes a modern-day bribe or kickback?
Meanwhile, he earned the nickname "Mr. Ten Percent" for the kickback he purportedly took on government contracts.
Is a perpetrator off the hook because he or she uses the market to pay the kickback?
The "kickback" would have certainly killed or wounded us both.
The nerves of Average Jones gave a sharp "kickback," like a mis-cranked motor-car.
I want to set down what happened in case there's ever a kickback although I don't think there ever will be.
also kick-back, c.1900 in various mechanical senses, from kick (v.) + back (adv.). By 1926 in a slang sense of "be forced to return pelf, pay back to victims," which was extended to illegal partial give-backs of government-set wages that were extorted from workers by employers. Hence sense of "illegal or improper payment" (1932).
Money given to someone illegally or unethically: Buying another poor devil's job for $50 or a kick-back from his pay/ All the cops were on the pad, getting kickbacks from the hookers (1934+)