Examples of reimburse in a Sentence
make sure you keep your receipts so we can reimburse you for your expenses
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Both men filed travel expense vouchers with the military asking to be reimbursed for their lease payments, resulting in $147,715 in reimbursements going to Strom and nearly $60,000 to Wild, according to documents.
Trinity Lutheran Church in Columbia, Mo., wanted to participate in a state program that reimburses the cost of rubberizing the surface of playgrounds.
When a woman (or man!) visits Planned Parenthood, Planned Parenthood submits a claim to Medicaid and the government reimburses them (similar to when a private health care provider submits a claim to an insurance company).
TIF allows a development to capture new sales and property taxes generated by a project to reimburse developers for certain building costs.
The funds will be used to reimburse expenditures for maintenance and support that were paid out of the general fund in the past year.
Last year, officials laid out criteria for a facility, noting that any company wanting to manage a depository for the state must shoulder all the upfront costs and be reimbursed down the road once storage fees and other payments begin.
A lawsuit filed by Caltrans against the McWhorter family regarding their property at the northwest corner of state Route 67 and Highland Valley Road has been settled and a family member said they have been reimbursed most of their legal expenses.
Mullins and Tutwiler were similarly reimbursed for approximately $223,000 and $136,000, respectively, in the Bush passport scandal under the statute.
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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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