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re·fund

 (rĭ-fŭnd′, rē′fŭnd′)
v. re·fund·ed, re·fund·ing, re·funds
v.tr.
To give back, especially money; return or repay: refunded the purchase price.
v.intr.
To make repayment.
n. (rē′fŭnd′)
1. A repayment of funds.
2. An amount repaid.

[Middle English refunden, from Old French refunder, from Latin refundere : re-, re- + fundere, to pour; see gheu- in Indo-European roots.]

re·fund′a·ble adj.
re·fund′er n.
re·fund′ment n.

refund

vb (tr)
1. (Commerce) to give back (money), as when an article purchased is unsatisfactory
2. (Commerce) to reimburse (a person)
n
(Commerce) return of money to a purchaser or the amount so returned
[C14: from Latin refundere to pour back, from re- + fundere to pour]
reˈfundable adj
reˈfunder n

re•fund1

(v. rɪˈfʌnd, ˈri fʌnd; n. ˈri fʌnd)

v.t.
1. to give back or restore (esp. money); repay.
2. to make repayment to; reimburse.
n.
3. an act or instance of refunding.
4. an amount refunded.
[1350–1400; (v.) < Latin refundere to pour back]
re•fund′a•ble, adj.

re•fund2

(riˈfʌnd)

v.t.
to fund anew.
[1855–60]

refund

- First meant "pour back," and comes from Latin re- and fundere, "to pour."
See also related terms for pour.

refund


Past participle: refunded
Gerund: refunding

Imperative
refund
refund
Present
I refund
you refund
he/she/it refunds
we refund
you refund
they refund
Preterite
I refunded
you refunded
he/she/it refunded
we refunded
you refunded
they refunded
Present Continuous
I am refunding
you are refunding
he/she/it is refunding
we are refunding
you are refunding
they are refunding
Present Perfect
I have refunded
you have refunded
he/she/it has refunded
we have refunded
you have refunded
they have refunded
Past Continuous
I was refunding
you were refunding
he/she/it was refunding
we were refunding
you were refunding
they were refunding
Past Perfect
I had refunded
you had refunded
he/she/it had refunded
we had refunded
you had refunded
they had refunded
Future
I will refund
you will refund
he/she/it will refund
we will refund
you will refund
they will refund
Future Perfect
I will have refunded
you will have refunded
he/she/it will have refunded
we will have refunded
you will have refunded
they will have refunded
Future Continuous
I will be refunding
you will be refunding
he/she/it will be refunding
we will be refunding
you will be refunding
they will be refunding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refunding
you have been refunding
he/she/it has been refunding
we have been refunding
you have been refunding
they have been refunding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refunding
you will have been refunding
he/she/it will have been refunding
we will have been refunding
you will have been refunding
they will have been refunding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refunding
you had been refunding
he/she/it had been refunding
we had been refunding
you had been refunding
they had been refunding
Conditional
I would refund
you would refund
he/she/it would refund
we would refund
you would refund
they would refund
Past Conditional
I would have refunded
you would have refunded
he/she/it would have refunded
we would have refunded
you would have refunded
they would have refunded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.refund - money returned to a payerrefund - money returned to a payer    
payment - a sum of money paid or a claim discharged
rebate, discount - a refund of some fraction of the amount paid
2.refund - the act of returning money received previously
defrayal, defrayment, payment - the act of paying money
Verb1.refund - pay back; "Please refund me my money"
pay - give money, usually in exchange for goods or services; "I paid four dollars for this sandwich"; "Pay the waitress, please"
reimburse - pay back for some expense incurred; "Can the company reimburse me for my professional travel?"
restitute, restore - give or bring back; "Restore the stolen painting to its rightful owner"

refund

noun
1. repayment, compensation, rebate, reparation, indemnity, reimbursement, return They plan to demand a refund.
verb
1. repay, return, restore, make good, pay back, reimburse, give back She will refund you the purchase price.

refund

verb
To give back, especially money:
Translations
إعادَة المال، المَبْلَغ المُعادإِعَادَةُ مالِيُعيد إلى، يَرُد الماليُعْيدُ مالا
vrácení penězvrátit peníze
refundererefunderingtilbagebetalingbetale tilbage
maksaa takaisintakaisinmaksu
povrat novcavratiti novac
visszatérítvisszatérítés
endurgreiîaengurgreiîsla
払い戻し払い戻す
반환금반환하다
grąžinimas
atmaksāt naudunaudas atmaksāšana
vrátenie peňazívrátiť peniaze
povračilovrniti
återbetalaåterbetalning
เงินที่คืนให้คืนเงินให้
hoàn lại tiềntiền hoàn lại

refund

[ˈriːfʌnd]
A. N (= act) → devolución f; (= amount) → reembolso m
B. [rɪˈfʌnd] VTdevolver, reembolsar

refund

[ˈriːfʌnd]
nremboursement m
You should ask for a refund → Vous devriez demander un remboursement.
a full refund → un remboursement intégral
[rɪˈfʌnd] vt [+ money] → rembourser

refund

vt moneyzurückzahlen, zurückerstatten; expenseserstatten; postagevergüten, zurückerstatten; to refund the differencedie Differenz erstatten
n (of money)Rückzahlung f, → Rückerstattung f; (of expenses)Erstattung f; (of postage)Vergütung f; to get a refund (on something)sein Geld (für etw) wiederbekommen; they wouldn’t give me a refundman wollte mir das Geld nicht zurückgeben; I’d like a refund on this blouse, pleaseich hätte gern mein Geld für diese Bluse zurück; we will send (you) a refundwir senden Ihnen das Geld zurück

refund

[n ˈriːˌfʌnd; vb rɪˈfʌnd]
1. nrimborso
2. vtrimborsare
to refund sb's expenses → rimborsare qn

refund

(riˈfand) verb
to pay back. When the concert was cancelled, the people who had bought tickets had their money refunded.
(ˈriːfand) noun
the paying back of money. They demanded a refund.

refund

إِعَادَةُ مالِ, يُعْيدُ مالا vrácení peněz, vrátit peníze refundere, refundering rückerstatten, Rückerstattung επιστρέφω χρήματα, επιστροφή χρημάτων reintegrar, reintegro maksaa takaisin, takaisinmaksu remboursement, rembourser povrat novca, vratiti novac rimborsare, rimborso 払い戻し, 払い戻す 반환금, 반환하다 terugbetalen, terugbetaling refundere, refusjon zwrócić, zwrot reembolsar, reembolso возврат денег, возвращать деньги återbetala, återbetalning เงินที่คืนให้, คืนเงินให้ para iadesi, para iadesi yapmak hoàn lại tiền, tiền hoàn lại 退款
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And he desired to know, "Whether such zealous gentlemen could have any views of refunding themselves for the charges and trouble they were at by sacrificing the public good to the designs of a weak and vicious prince, in conjunction with a corrupted ministry?
See Lobel, Refunding Unconstitutional State Taxes, 52 Tax Notes 581 (July 29, 1991).
These calculations were contained in schedules provided to them by UBS Financial Services, underwriter for the refunding bonds.
Aberdeen (NJ), $9,905,000 general obligation sewer utility refunding bonds, ser 2006 (insured: Financial Security Assurance Inc.
Bi-State Development Agency of the Missouri-Illinois Metropolitan District (IL), $39,155,000 (Metro East Transit District of St Clair County/Metrolink Extension Project) refunding revenue bonds, series 2006 (insured: FSA)
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Austin Community College District (TX), $23,110,000 general obligation limited tax refunding bonds, series 2006 (insured:, by MBIA.
69,875,000 health facilities revenue refunding auction-rate securities, series 2004A (insured: MBIA);
43,415,000 Franklin County, Ohio, fixed-rate refunding bonds (Trinity Health Credit Group), series 2005A 'AA';
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings assigns a rating of 'AAApre' to the following State of New York General Obligation Bonds, which were refunded on April 19, 2006 with proceeds of the State's General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2006C Tax-Exempt Refunding Bonds: $3,400,000, dated October 15, 1997, maturing October 15, 2027; $1,430,000 Series 1998B, maturing March 1, 2028; $360,000 Series 1998D, maturing July 15, 2022 and 2028; $870,000 Series 1999A, maturing March 15, 2029; $14,235,000 Series 2001E, maturing July 15, 2017- 2021, 2026 and 2031.