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return British & World English

Come or go back to a place or person

return English Thesaurus

he returned to London

by return British & World English

In the next available mail delivery to the sender

in return British & World English

As a response, exchange, or reward for something

day return British & World English

A reduced-price fare for a journey on public transport out and back in one day

non-return British & World English

Permitting the flow of air or liquid in one direction only

tax return British & World English

A form on which a taxpayer makes an annual statement of income and personal circumstances, used by the tax authorities to assess liability for tax

return thanks British & World English

Express thanks, especially in a grace at a meal or in response to a toast or condolence

return crease British & World English

Each of two lines on either side of the wicket, at right angles to the bowling and popping creases, between which the bowler must deliver the ball

carriage return British & World English

Another term for return5noun5noun5noun.

rate of return British & World English

The annual income from an investment expressed as a proportion (usually a percentage) of the original investment

sale or return British & World English

An arrangement by which a purchaser takes a quantity of goods with the right of returning surplus goods without payment

return to in return British & World English

Go back to (a particular situation)

return the compliment British & World English

Give a compliment in return for another

the point of no return British & World English

The point in a journey or enterprise at which it becomes essential or more practical to continue to the end rather than turn back

by return in return British & World English

In the next available mail delivery to the sender

in return in return British & World English

As a response, exchange, or reward for something

return thanks in return British & World English

Express thanks, especially in a grace at a meal or in response to a toast or condolence

rate of return in rate1 British & World English

The annual income from an investment expressed as a proportion (usually a percentage) of the original investment

sale or return in sale British & World English

An arrangement by which a purchaser takes a quantity of goods with the right of returning surplus goods without payment

return match in return British & World English

A second contest between the same opponents

return key in return British & World English

A key pressed on a computer keyboard to simulate a carriage return in a word-processing program, or to indicate the end of a command or data string

return ticket in return British & World English

A ticket which allows someone to travel to a place and back again

by return of post in return British & World English

In the next available mail delivery to the sender

carriage return in return British & World English

A mechanism or key on a typewriter that returns the carriage to a fixed position at the start of a new line

return the compliment in compliment British & World English

Give a compliment in return for another

the point of no return in point British & World English

The point in a journey or enterprise at which it becomes essential or more practical to continue to the end rather than turn back

carriage return key in carriage return British & World English

Another term for return5noun5noun5noun.

in return for in return English Thesaurus

they were offered a reduction of their prison sentences in return for confessions to crimes


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