reimburse


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Synonyms for reimburse

to give back, especially money

Synonyms for reimburse

pay back for some expense incurred

reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a loss

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In cases where bankbooks are stolen, the rules would oblige banks to fully reimburse depositors if the holders of the bankbooks are not at fault.
Where NZNO requests any of its members to represent NZNO on any external committee, body or other organisation, NZNO shall meet any costs and shall reimburse the member for any actual loss of income.
8 million to reimburse the cleaning of flood damage at its distribution center.
On the participant's death, the account is available only (1) to reimburse expenses for medical care of the participant's spouse (or, if unmarried or the spouse consents, the participant's dependents, if any); and (2) as long as those individuals qualify as the participant's spouse and dependents for Sec.
Those funds were paid to reimburse 700 local governments for incarcerating about 147,000 criminal aliens nationwide, with five jail systems accounting for 30 percent of the criminal aliens.
Of the total amount, more than $285 million was designated to reimburse for eligible emergency protective measures taken during the August disaster.
2002-41, the maximum reimbursement under the HRA, which is not applied to reimburse medical care expenses before an employee retires or otherwise terminates employment, continues to be available for such costs after retirement.
States that want to reimburse contractors with state funds will have to submit contract changes to their FHWA division office.
FEMA typically reimburses 75 percent of eligible PA expenses, however, FEMA will reimburse applicants 90 percent of eligible PA expenses given the magnitude of the August 2016 floods.
In Situation 2, the maximum reimbursement under the HRA not applied to reimburse medical care expenses before an employee retires or otherwise terminates employment continues to be available after retirement or termination for any Sec.
PA recovery funding will reimburse LDPSC for emergency activities implemented at nine facilities throughout the state for male, female and youth offenders.
132(a)(5), because there is no other expense incurred by the employees for E to reimburse.
Romero says Schwarzenegger isn't necessarily to blame for the federal government's failure to adequately reimburse the state, but she clearly believes he hasn't applied enough pressure on his fellow Republicans at the White House and in Congress at a time when a dollar-for-dollar reimbursement could shave up to 15 percent from next year's projected budget deficit.
FEMA has awarded the state approximately $146 million to reimburse local entities for expenses related to response and recovery efforts as a result of Augusts severe storms and floods.
2036(a)(1) if the trust's governing instrument or local law requires it to reimburse the grantor for the income tax he or she paid on the trust income.