buyback
Noun

buyback (plural buybacks)

  1. The repurchase of something previously sold, especially of stock by the company that issued it.
  2. A government purchase scheme intended to achieve a specific goal such as habitat protection or a reduction in firearm numbers.
  3. A free drink given to a patron by a bartender.
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