n.— «People come into the store and buy a bottle at a certain price and the cashier rings up a different product at a much lower price. They call that sweethearting in the trade, and that goes on.» —“Chairman vows to expose thefts at liquor stores” by Paul Moloney Toronto Star (Can.) Jan. 26, 1987. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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