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to exact revenge for or from

to give back, especially money

to give a satisfactory return to

Synonyms for repay

make repayment for or return something

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act or give recompense in recognition of someone's behavior or actions

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I felt that loan was something the club was entitled to and shouldn't be repaid - but with the ongoing circumstances with Sports Direct we decided we'd endeavour to repay the loan as long as we can raise the funds.
Even though the bank had announced its willingness to repay the debt earlier, it had to have supervisory approval.
However, a friend has told me that, due to a change in legislation, if I use the proceeds of the life assurance to repay the mortgage then that mortgage debt cannot be deducted from the value of my brother's estate and, thus, I face the prospect of having to pay a significant inheritance tax bill?
Bankrate assessed popular majors and made an estimate of how long it would take people to repay their student debt at a rate of 10% of their annual salary if they had borrowed the full cost for tuition and living expenses at a rate of 6% loan interest per year.
Research for Thursday's Student Finance Day shows over 60% of 14 to 18-year-olds worry how they'll repay their loan if they are unemployed or a low-earner after uni.
One in four people admitted that they did not think they would be able to repay all of their debts until they were at least 75, and 15 per cent never expect to get back into the black.
Roger Godsiff (Lab Sparkbrook & Small Heath): Has been ordered to repay pounds 2,224.
The irony, however, is that those who repaid the loans fully have poor perception over the social benefits while those who are to repay have high agreement on the social benefits of cooperative credit.
Bank of America Corp said it would repay $45 billion of taxpayer bailout funds, a move that could free the top US lender from pay curbs as it looks to hire a new CEO, but also makes it more vulnerable to further economic shocks.
It found that a third of people who had got into problems had managed to repay their arrears in full, while 41% were currently repaying.
7 billion after the Federal Reserve imposed additional capital requirements on banks seeking to repay government aid received.
The Parliamentary Committee on International and Inter-Parliamentary Relations on Monday approved the draft of memorandum of understanding concerning special financial measures to repay loan extended by the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development beginning since 1 Mach 2009.
The supplier may require the retailer to sign a note obligating it to repay the advanced funds unless certain volume goals are met, and may require a security interest in inventory or other property.
The transfer is treated as a loan if there is an unconditional obligation to repay it.
Sheriff Jamie Gilmour deferred sentence for four months to allow Turnbull to repay the rest.