retribute

Related to retribute: disenrolled, clamour, faltered

retribute

(rɪˈtrɪbjuːt; ˈrɛtrɪˌbjuːt)
vb (tr)
to give back (a payment, reward, punishment, etc) or to give in return for something
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Judges need to be conscientious of discharge of their duties, punctuality, judicial retribute and efforts to do their best is the need of the hour," he said.
CAIRO, July 20 (KUNA) -- Egyptian President Abdelfatah Al-Sisi on Sunday vowed to retribute those behind the terrorist attack that killed 22 border troops.
Firstly, because the salaries to not retribute the work (see above).
according to the passionate heats, or boundless extravagancy of his own Will, but only to retribute to him, so far as calm reason and conscience dictates, what is proportionate to his Transgression, which is so much as may serve for Reparation and Restraint.
Serbs are afraid that Bosnian Muslims will not miss the opportunity to retribute the atrocities that had been perpetrated on them for the last four years.
The electronic war to destroy Iraq as a lesson in retribute power is now in full swing, the press managing patriotism, entertainment and disinformation without respite.