Examples of reimburse in a Sentence
make sure you keep your receipts so we can reimburse you for your expenses
Recent Examples of reimburse from the Web
Some schools have been able to front the money in hopes that they’ll be reimbursed, but others can’t.
Senate Bill 975, which requires railroads to take certain security measures and reimburse local law enforcement officials for security of high-speed rail lines, was passed by both houses and is on Abbott’s desk.
The waiver would allow states to set up a high-risk pool or participate in a new federal invisible risk-sharing program to help states reimburse insurers for covering high-risk consumers.
Treatment specialists are uncommon, their methods are unproven and their care is rarely reimbursed by insurance.
The office of UC President Janet Napolitano has reimbursed the regents for more than $225,000 in dinner parties since 2012, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
The state of Illinois has a fund for indigent burials, used to reimburse coroner's offices.
Remember the news last week that Facebook was reimbursing some advertisers over a video ad metrics error?
To be reimbursed in Brazil, drugmakers are supposed to negotiate with the government on price.
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Origin and Etymology of reimburse
re- + obsolete English imburse to put in the pocket, pay, from Medieval Latin imbursare, from Latin in- in- + Medieval Latin bursa purse — more at purse
First Known Use: 1511
Synonym Discussion of reimburse
REIMBURSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reimburse for English Language Learners
: to pay someone an amount of money equal to an amount that person has spent
REIMBURSE Defined for Kids
Legal Definition of reimburse
1 : to pay back (a sum lost or expended) to someone will reimburse the court costs
2 : to make restoration or payment of an equivalent to reimburse the employee for travel expenses
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