claw back

claw back
UK US claw (sth) back
Phrasal Verb with claw({{}}/klɔː/ verb
STOCK MARKET if a share price claws back, or claws back a particular amount, it slowly increases after it has gone down: »

The firm clawed back 15p of Monday's 60p decline to reach 397p.


The Mexican stock market clawed back from early losses.

FINANCE if a government or company claws back money it has already paid, it takes it back: »

Could it be that the present basic pension will be raised, only to be clawed back in tax from the better-off?


Policyholders voted to claw back the bonus income paid out to the directors last year

to succeed in getting back something that was taken from you: »

The telecom giant clawed back market share from its top two competitors.

UK STOCK MARKET to offer investors who already own shares in a company the right to buy some of the shares that it has offered to new investors

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • claw back — transitive verb ( s) chiefly Britain : to get back (as money) by strenuous or forceful means (as taxation) increases for farm spending … will have to be clawed back Economist • clawback ˈ ̷ ̷ ˌ ̷ ̷ noun chiefly Britain * * * claw back [phrasal… …   Useful english dictionary

  • claw back — 1) PHRASAL VERB If someone claws back some of the money or power they had lost, they get some of it back again. [BRIT] [V P n (not pron)] They will eventually be able to claw back all or most of the debt... [V P n (not pron)] In the meantime his… …   English dictionary

  • claw back — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms claw back : present tense I/you/we/they claw back he/she/it claws back present participle clawing back past tense clawed back past participle clawed back British a) to get something again that you had lost… …   English dictionary

  • claw back — /ˌklɔ: bæk/ verb to take back money which has been allocated ● Income tax claws back 25% of pensions paid out by the government. ● Of the £1m allocated to the project, the government clawed back £100,000 in taxes …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • claw back — transitive verb Date: 1953 chiefly British to get back (as money) by strenuous or forceful means (as taxation) • clawback noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • claw back — verb To recover or retake something that was lost …   Wiktionary

  • claw back —  Retrieve (usu. of money to be recovered in the course of business) …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • claw — [klɔː ǁ klɒː] verb claw back phrasal verb 1. [transitive] claw something → back FINANCE if a company claws back shares, it takes back new shares that it had offered to its present shareholders, but they do not want to buy, and offers them to… …   Financial and business terms

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