dock from

dock (something) from (something)

To take money one has earned from one's pay. If you come in late again, I'll have to dock the time from your paycheck.
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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.
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References in classic literature ?
Captain Granet, Ralph promised that there should be a pinnace at number seven dock from one until three.
Now the dock's owner, Gower Street Estates, has revealed plans to improve its "Northern Gateway" - the main approach to the Dock from The Strand, along Salthouse Quay.
One Alabama poultry processor credits their impactable dock doors for preventing the dock from becoming an ice rink in winter.