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re·im·burse

 (rē′ĭm-bûrs′)
tr.v. re·im·bursed, re·im·burs·ing, re·im·burs·es
1. To repay (money spent); refund.
2. To pay back or compensate (another party) for money spent or losses incurred.

[re- + imburse, to put in a purse, pay (from French embourser, from Old French : en-, in from Latin in-; see in-2 + borser, to get money, from borse, purse, from Late Latin bursa, bag; see bursa).]

re′im·burs′a·ble adj.
re′im·burse′ment n.

reimburse

(ˌriːɪmˈbɜːs)
vb
(tr) to repay or compensate (someone) for (money already spent, losses, damages, etc): your fare will be reimbursed after your interview.
[C17: from re- + imburse, from Medieval Latin imbursāre to put in a moneybag, from bursa purse]
ˌreimˈbursable adj
ˌreimˈbursement n
ˌreimˈburser n

re•im•burse

(ˌri ɪmˈbɜrs)

v.t. -bursed, -burs•ing.
1. to make repayment to for expense or loss incurred.
2. to pay back; refund; repay.
[1605–15; re- + obsolete imburse to put into a purse, pay < Medieval Latin imbursāre= Latin im- im-1 + Medieval Latin -bursāre, derivative of bursa purse, bag]
re`im•burs′a•ble, adj.
re`im•burse′ment, n.
re`im•burs′er, n.

reimburse


Past participle: reimbursed
Gerund: reimbursing

Imperative
reimburse
reimburse
Present
I reimburse
you reimburse
he/she/it reimburses
we reimburse
you reimburse
they reimburse
Preterite
I reimbursed
you reimbursed
he/she/it reimbursed
we reimbursed
you reimbursed
they reimbursed
Present Continuous
I am reimbursing
you are reimbursing
he/she/it is reimbursing
we are reimbursing
you are reimbursing
they are reimbursing
Present Perfect
I have reimbursed
you have reimbursed
he/she/it has reimbursed
we have reimbursed
you have reimbursed
they have reimbursed
Past Continuous
I was reimbursing
you were reimbursing
he/she/it was reimbursing
we were reimbursing
you were reimbursing
they were reimbursing
Past Perfect
I had reimbursed
you had reimbursed
he/she/it had reimbursed
we had reimbursed
you had reimbursed
they had reimbursed
Future
I will reimburse
you will reimburse
he/she/it will reimburse
we will reimburse
you will reimburse
they will reimburse
Future Perfect
I will have reimbursed
you will have reimbursed
he/she/it will have reimbursed
we will have reimbursed
you will have reimbursed
they will have reimbursed
Future Continuous
I will be reimbursing
you will be reimbursing
he/she/it will be reimbursing
we will be reimbursing
you will be reimbursing
they will be reimbursing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reimbursing
you have been reimbursing
he/she/it has been reimbursing
we have been reimbursing
you have been reimbursing
they have been reimbursing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reimbursing
you will have been reimbursing
he/she/it will have been reimbursing
we will have been reimbursing
you will have been reimbursing
they will have been reimbursing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reimbursing
you had been reimbursing
he/she/it had been reimbursing
we had been reimbursing
you had been reimbursing
they had been reimbursing
Conditional
I would reimburse
you would reimburse
he/she/it would reimburse
we would reimburse
you would reimburse
they would reimburse
Past Conditional
I would have reimbursed
you would have reimbursed
he/she/it would have reimbursed
we would have reimbursed
you would have reimbursed
they would have reimbursed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reimburse - pay back for some expense incurredreimburse - pay back for some expense incurred; "Can the company reimburse me for my professional travel?"
give back, refund, repay, return - pay back; "Please refund me my money"
2.reimburse - reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a lossreimburse - reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a loss
remunerate, recompense, compensate - make payment to; compensate; "My efforts were not remunerated"

reimburse

verb pay back, refund, repay, recompense, return, restore, compensate, indemnify, remunerate I'll be happy to reimburse you for any expenses.

reimburse

verb
1. To give back, especially money:
2. To give compensation to:
Translations
refundovat
godtgøre
korvata rahallisesti
nadoknaditi troškove
弁済する
변상하다
ersätta
ใช้เงินคืน
bồi hoàn

reimburse

[ˌriːɪmˈbɜːs] VT to reimburse sb for sthreembolsar a algn por algo

reimburse

[ˌriːɪmˈbɜːrs] vt [+ person] → rembourser; [+ money] → rembourser
to reimburse sb for sth → rembourser qn pour qch
I will reimburse her for the damage to her car → Je la rembourserai pour les dommages causés à sa voiture.

reimburse

vt personentschädigen; lossersetzen; expenses, costs(zurück)erstatten, ersetzen; to reimburse somebody for his expensesjdm die Auslagen zurückerstatten

reimburse

[ˌriːɪmˈbɜːs] vt to reimburse sb for sthrimborsare qc a qn

reimburse

يَرُدُّ إلى refundovat godtgøre zurückzahlen αποζημιώνω reembolsar korvata rahallisesti rembourser nadoknaditi troškove rimborsare 弁済する 변상하다 terugbetalen refundere zwrócić reembolsar компенсировать ersätta ใช้เงินคืน zararını karşılamak bồi hoàn 偿还
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