Definition of 'reimburse'
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It took just a couple of weeks for the money to be reimbursed in full. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The exchange predicted that some or all of the money paid from the pool would be reimbursed by insurers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is true that the fees that patients pay are not reimbursed by insurance because the treatment is still experimental. Understanding Cancer (1987)In theory, they are supposed to reimburse this money from their own bank accounts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If you paid by credit card, you can require the card company to reimburse the money. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Your insurer should reimburse the cost, but seek advice first where possible and keep receipts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The measure is the cost to the employer of providing the benefit, less any sum reimbursed by the employee. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Ministers may pay for some or all of these books themselves, or the church may pay for or reimburse the cost of the books. Christianity Today (2000)The Samoan union didn't have the money to reimburse me. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Having no money, I reimbursed her with my gold cufflinks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I wanted the money reimbursed the same way I had paid. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'reimburse'
British English: reimburse /ˌriːɪmˈbɜːs/ VERB
If you reimburse someone for something, you pay them back the money that they have spent or lost because of it.
I'll be happy to reimburse you for extra costs.
- American English: reimburse
- Arabic: يَرُدُّ إلى
- Brazilian Portuguese: reembolsar
- Chinese: 偿还
- Croatian: nadoknaditi troškove
- Czech: refundovat náklady
- Danish: godtgøre
- Dutch: terugbetalen
- European Spanish: reembolsar
- Finnish: korvata rahallisesti
- French: rembourser
- German: zurückzahlen
- Greek: αποζημιώνω
- Italian: rimborsare
- Japanese: 弁済する
- Korean: 변상하다
- Norwegian: refundere
- Polish: zwrócić
- European Portuguese: reembolsar
- Romanian: a despăgubi pentru
- Russian: компенсировать
- Spanish: reembolsar
- Swedish: ersätta
- Thai: ใช้เงินคืน
- Turkish: zararını karşılamak
- Ukrainian: відшкодовувати
- Vietnamese: bồi hoàn
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