takeback

[teyk-bak]
noun
1.
something taken back or withdrawn, especially an employee benefit previously gained in a union contract; takeaway.
adjective
2.
of or pertaining to what is taken back: a takeback agreement.

Origin:
noun use of verb phrase take back

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