Definitions for "drawback"
A rebate on taxes or duty paid for imported goods which are subsequently exported in the same form or a different form.
Money paid back or remitted; especially, a certain amount of duties or customs, sometimes the whole, and sometimes only a part, remitted or paid back by the government, on the exportation of the commodities on which they were levied.
A tax or duty rebate on imported goods that are exported at a later date.
A loss of advantage, or deduction from profit, value, success, etc.; a discouragement or hindrance; objectionable feature.
the quality of being a hindrance; "he pointed out all the drawbacks to my plan"
Keywords:  overhanging, arbor, drawn, sand, mold
Part of a mold of green sand that may be drawn back to clear overhanging portions of the patterns.
A part of the mold, made of green sand, which may be drawn back to clear overhanging portions of the pattern. It is rammed up on a plate or arbor so that it can be lifted away. See Arbor, Mold, Pattern, Ramming.
Keywords:  ommog, pedwalk, zoth, metropolis, album
Drawback is the name of the fifth and final album by German band X Marks the Pedwalk. It was released by Zoth Ommog in Europe and Metropolis Records in North America, both in CD format.
Keywords:  drayage, drawee
Drawee Drayage
the process by which a thrower moves a TurboJav or Javelin from a “carrying” position to a position whereby the implement is “cocked” in preparation for the throw. Like the “carry” the implement must be level and the point facing forward.
Drawback is a phenomenon in which the ocean recedes before a tsunami strikes a coast.
a strange, fluctuating hum in the background which gets very prominent between the songs
Keywords:  backspin, cut, back, see
Drawback See draw, backspin, draw, back cut.
Operation which automatically reverses liquid flow at the end of a dispense to improve repeatability and string breaking. The drawback volume is generally a fraction of the dispense volume.
Keywords:  shed, matted, never, rapidly, constant
a rapidly-growing coat, never shed and required constant cutting to prevent its becoming matted