double-dipper
noun Date: circa 1974 a person who collects both a government pension and a government salary • double-dipping noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • double-dipper — double dip UK US /ˌdʌbl̩ˈdɪp/ verb [I] US FINANCE ► to receive income from two places, for example from a government pension while employed by the government, or from two different government pensions: »A loophole in federal law allows teachers… …   Financial and business terms

  • double dipper — dou·ble dip·per n: an individual who engages in double dipping Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • double dipper —    a person in receipt of bribery or a second source of income    Not taking a classic sauna, passing from the hot chamber to the cold:     Keegan was an academy graduate who had put in his thirty and retired to become a double dipper. (Clancy… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • double-dipper — n. a person who collects two salaries; a federal employee who collects a federal pension and Social Security. □ The voters of the state were shocked to learn that there were no laws against double dippers. □ The double dippers say they weren’t… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • double-dipper — noun see double dip …   Useful english dictionary

  • double dipper — n. person who receives compensation inappropriately from two sources …   English slang

  • double dipper — noun someone who draws two incomes from the government (usually by combining a salary and a pension) • Hypernyms: ↑earner, ↑wage earner …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dipper (painting) — Double dipper An oil dipper is used to hold a supply of turpentine, oil or painting medium. Used in oil painting, it can be clipped onto the edge of the wooden palette. Categories: Painting materialsPainting stubs …   Wikipedia

  • double-dip — UK US /ˌdʌbl̩ˈdɪp/ verb [I] US FINANCE ► to receive income from two places, for example from a government pension while employed by the government, or from two different government pensions: »A loophole in federal law allows teachers to double… …   Financial and business terms

  • double-dipping — double dip UK US /ˌdʌbl̩ˈdɪp/ verb [I] US FINANCE ► to receive income from two places, for example from a government pension while employed by the government, or from two different government pensions: »A loophole in federal law allows teachers… …   Financial and business terms

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