[ US /ˌɹiɪmˈbɝs/ ]
[ UK /ɹˌiːɪmbˈɜːs/ ]
VERB
  1. reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a loss
  2. pay back for some expense incurred
    Can the company reimburse me for my professional travel?
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How To Use reimburse In A Sentence

  • Any expenses incurred by volunteers will be reimbursed.
  • Having no money, I reimbursed her with my gold cufflinks. Times, Sunday Times
  • And when the docs who are getting reimbursed by the federal government practice defensive medicine, it runs up the cost to the taxpayers.
  • The company may want to reimburse owners of infected devices if they turn out to be unrepairable.
  • The funds are supposed to reimburse policyholders in the event of insurer failure.
  • Of course this seriously comic or comically serious Opera is drawing -- [ "_Music_," observes Mr. WAGG, parenthetically, "cannot be _drawing_"] -- and will continue to do so for some little time, long enough at all events to reimburse Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, October 15, 1892
  • Passengers with receipts for food and drink should be reimbursed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Clinicians sought improved usability and flexibility, whereas national headquarters prioritised business and executive functions such as accurate coding and reimbursement.
  • We have also offered to reimburse any expenses they incurred while they were without their belongings. Times, Sunday Times
  • The medical costs of uninsured drivers hit by other uninsured drivers are paid but they are not reimbursed for damage to their vehicle. Times, Sunday Times
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