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UNCHARITABLE QUESTIONS GREET TYCOON'S GIVEAWAY
On Dec. 11, 1941, Germany and Italy declared war on the United States; the U.S. responded in kind.
A local tax first levied in England in the fourth century ad to pay for the church and its clergy. Tithes were at first paid in kind but subsequently commuted into money terms. The last tithes lapsed in 1996.
phrase of kind
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In economics and finance, in kind refers to goods, services, and transactions not involving money or not measured in monetary terms. For example:
- Payment in kind, or barter: exchange of goods or services for other goods or services with no medium of exchange
- Income in kind: in particular
- Tax in kind (disambiguation): such as a tithe from a farmer's crops
- Calculation in kind: a type of accounting based on physical magnitudes and physical quantities rather than a common unit of account
- Gifts in kind: a kind of charitable giving in which, instead of giving money to buy needed goods and services, the goods and services themselves are given
in kind[in kind]
(1) （返報に）同種のもので, 同じやり方で, 同様に
We tried to return his generosity in kind.(2) （金銭ではなく）品物で, 現物で
payment in kind(3) 本質的に（⇒6）.
- Exhibiting no charity or generosity.
- Unfair or unkind: uncharitable remarks.
uncharitably un·char'i·ta·bly adv.