reimburse


reimburse
re·im·burse /ˌrē-əm-'bərs/ vt -bursed, -burs·ing
1: to pay back (a sum lost or expended) to someone
will reimburse the court costs
2: to make restoration or payment of an equivalent to
reimburse the employee for travel expenses
re·im·burse·ment n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

reimburse
I verb compensate, indemnify, make good, make reparation, make restitution, pay back, rebate, recompense, reddere, redress, refund, remit, remunerate, repay, replace, requite, restore, satisfy, settle II index bear the expense, compensate (remunerate), contribute (indemnify), defray, disburse (pay out), indemnify, pay, quit (repay), rebate, reciprocate, refund, remunerate, repay, replace, restore (return), return (refund), satisfy (discharge)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • reimburse — re‧im‧burse [ˌriːɪmˈbɜːs ǁ ɜːrs] verb [transitive] formal FINANCE to pay money back to someone that they have spent because of their work: • Will your employer reimburse you? • Any expenses will be reimbur …   Financial and business terms

  • Reimburse — Re im*burse ( b?rs ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Reimbursed} ( b?rst ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Reimbursing}.] [Pref. re + imburse: cf. F. rembourser.] 1. To replace in a treasury or purse, as an equivalent for what has been taken, lost, or expended; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • reimburse — (v.) 1610s, from RE (Cf. re ) back + imburse to pay, enrich, lit. put in a purse (c.1530), from M.Fr. embourser, from O.Fr. em in + borser to get money, from borse purse, from M.L. bursa (see PURSE …   Etymology dictionary

  • reimburse — indemnify, repay, recompense, compensate, remunerate, satisfy, *pay Analogous words: recoup, *recover: *compensate, balance, offset …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • reimburse — [v] pay back something owed balance, compensate, indemnify, make reparations, make up for, offset, pay, recompense, recover, refund, remunerate, repay, requite, restore, return, square, square up; concept 341 Ant. take …   New thesaurus

  • reimburse — ► VERB ▪ repay (money) to (a person who has spent or lost it). DERIVATIVES reimbursable adjective reimbursement noun. ORIGIN from obsolete imburse «put in a purse», from Latin bursa purse …   English terms dictionary

  • reimburse — [rē΄im bʉrs′] vt. reimbursed, reimbursing [ RE + archaic imburse, to pay, after Fr rembourser < re , again + embourser, to pay < en , in + bourse,PURSE] 1. to pay back (money spent) 2. to repay or compensate (a person) for expenses, damages …   English World dictionary

  • reimburse — v. 1) to reimburse amply, fully, generously 2) (rare) (B) all expenses will be reimbursed to you 3) (D; tr.) to reimburse for (you will be reimbursed for all expenses) * * * [ˌriːɪm bɜːs] fully generously (rare) (B) all expenses will be… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • reimburse — UK [ˌriːɪmˈbɜː(r)s] / US [ˌrɪɪmˈbɜrs] verb [transitive] Word forms reimburse : present tense I/you/we/they reimburse he/she/it reimburses present participle reimbursing past tense reimbursed past participle reimbursed to give someone the same… …   English dictionary

  • reimburse — [[t]ri͟ːɪmbɜ͟ː(r)s[/t]] reimburses, reimbursing, reimbursed VERB If you reimburse someone for something, you pay them back the money that they have spent or lost because of it. [FORMAL] [V n for n] I ll be happy to reimburse you for any expenses… …   English dictionary


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