dock from

dock something from something

to withhold money from an amount due to someone. I will have to dock this from your paycheck. The boss docked ten dollars from my monthly pay.
See also: dock
References in classic literature ?
Captain Granet, Ralph promised that there should be a pinnace at number seven dock from one until three.
As an integral part of the proposed sale, Horizon and Sandy River have agreed to terminate (i) a purchase order in which Horizon purchases synthetic fuel produced at Cyrus Dock from Sandy River, (ii) the lease between Horizon and Sandy River of the site and facilities comprising the Cyrus Dock, and (iii) an agreement pursuant to which Horizon has raw coal and synthetic fuel blended and transloaded at the Cyrus Dock.
One Alabama poultry processor credits their impactable dock doors for preventing the dock from becoming an ice rink in winter.