Examples of reparation in a Sentence
The country paid millions in reparations.
They've offered no apologies and seem to have no thoughts of reparation.
She says she's sorry and wants to make reparations.
Recent Examples of reparation from the Web
The country has paid reparations to Jewish victims of Nazi persecution, erected dozens of memorials to those murdered and turned anti-Semitic speech into a crime.
Also by needling Germany, the most powerful member of the bloc, which, Poland says, owes it war reparations.
Broad criteria for who or what could be targeted were superimposed upon imperfect systems for identifying those targets, which were exacerbated by the opacity of after-action verification and reparation procedures.
However, speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live on Sunday, Clattenburg sought reparations.
Stronger reminders will be felt by leaving the marker of an empty platform (for you) and holding an annual day of recognition and reparations (for us).
Though the United States ultimately issued a formal apology in 1988 and provided some reparations to the people detained there, the legacy of the Aleut people’s forcible relocation and harsh treatment endures.
Still, this does not preclude civil lawsuits being filed by Yemeni individuals or groups for reparations, or a state using universal jurisdiction to try individuals for war crimes.
Amid the strained ties, Polish leaders have also been saying in recent weeks that Germany owes war reparations for the massive damage inflicted during the war.
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Origin and Etymology of reparation
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of reparation for English Language Learners
reparations : money that a country or group that loses a war pays because of the damage, injury, deaths, etc., it has caused
: something that is done or given as a way of correcting a mistake that you have made or a bad situation that you have caused
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