under-the-table

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under-the-table

[uhn-der-thuh-tey-buhl]
adjective
transacted in secret or in an underhanded manner.

Origin:
1945–50

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Example sentences
As the article mentions however, under-the-table trades will be commonplace regardless.
Surface uses under-the-table projection to produce the tabletop image.
What's illegal is the under-the-table way that they are bought or sold.
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