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Etymology: [ ri-'f&nd, 'rE-" ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English, from Middle French & Latin; Middle French refonder, from Latin refundere, literally, to pour back, from re- + fundere to pour; more at FOUND.
1 iade edildi  Bilgisayar
2refund geri ödemek  fiil
3refund geri ödeme  isim
4refund para iadesi  isim
5refund iade yapmak  fiil
6refund geri ödenen meblağ  Ticaret
7refund parayı geri vermek
8refund iade
9refund para iadesi yapma  Ticaret
10refund geri vermek
11refund geri verilen para
12refund iade etme  Ticaret
13refund yeniden sermaye sağlamak
14refund ödemek
15refund geri vermek (para)  fiil
16refund geri ödenen para  isim
17refund geri verme  isim
18refund geri ver  fiil
19refund (alınmış parayı) geri vermek, geri ödemek  fiil
20refund geri öde
21refund tekrar para vermek
22refund geri ver(mek)
23refund alınmış parayı geri vermek
24refund MÜKERRER FON  Askeri
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25 past of refund
26refund An amount of money returned - "If the camera is faulty, you can return it to the store where you bought it for a refund."
27refund To return (money) to (someone) - "If you find this computer for sale anywhere at a lower price, we'll refund you the difference."
28refund To supply again with funds; to reimburse
29refund money given back, usually because goods are defective
30refund A return to the policyholder of part of the paid premium, because of cancellation, suspension, reduction in insurance coverage, or because of rate reduction
31refund Repayment by TRA of employee contributions (including interest) to a member who terminates TRA-covered service
32refund The amount of funds available to the student after Title IV and scholarship funds have been applied to the student's bill
33refund Create a credit to a cardholder account, usually as a result of a product return or to correct an error
34refund A return of advances, collections for overpayments made, adjustments for previous amounts disbursed, or recovery of erroneous disbursements from appropriation or fund accounts that are directly related to, and reductions of, previously recorded payments from accounts Refunds, are a special kind of collection, in which ITA is returned money that it previously disbursed
35refund Repayment of a portion of the insurance premium
36refund (Remboursement) Return Premium
37refund The repayment to the purchaser of the total charge or a portion of that charge for unused carriage
38refund The excess of your withholding and estimated tax payments for the year that you paid over your tax liability Federal income tax refunds are not taxable State income tax refunds may be taxable if you itemized your deductions in the year the state taxes were paid or withheld
39refund An amount paid back, credit allowed for over collection, or a rebate
40refund The unused portion of charges assessed by a school which should be returned to the student who withdraws before full consumption of the charges
41refund Return of a payment •Goods - sale of
42refund (1) For a list, return of part of payment due to shortage in count or excessive nondeliverables (over the guarantee); (2) for a product sold by mail, a return of the purchase price if an item is returned in good condition
43refund return of money, repayment, reimbursement  isim
44refund A refund is a sum of money which is returned to you, for example because you have paid too much or because you have returned goods to a shop
45refund If someone refunds your money, they return it to you, for example because you have paid too much or because you have returned goods to a shop. We guarantee to refund your money if you're not delighted with your purchase. to give someone their money back, especially because they are not satisfied with the goods or services they have paid for reimburse
46refund return money, reimburse, repay; provide new funds, finance again  fiil
47refund To fund again or anew; to replace (a fund or loan) by a new fund; as, to refund a railroad loan
48refund To give back; to repay; to restore
49refund the act of returning money received previously money returned to a payer pay back; "Please refund me my money
50refund money returned to a payer
51refund the act of returning money received previously
52refund The amount of money a former Federal employee withdraws from his/her retirement account Under FERS, refunds are paid with a market rate of interest
53refund Retiring existing bond issues through the sale of a new bond issue, usually to lower the interest rate being paid
54refund A return to the policyholder of part of the paid premium, because of cancellation, suspension, reduction of rate or insurance coverage
55refund To pour back
56refund The difference between the amount the borrower paid toward institutional charges (including financial aid and/or cash paid) and the amount the school can retain under the appropriate refund policy This "unearned" amount of institutional charges must be returned to student financial aid (SFA) programs on behalf of a student who received SFA funds and who has ceased attending school
57refund pay back; "Please refund me my money"
58refund To retire existing bond issues through the sale of a new bond issue, usually to reduce the interest rate being paid
59refund The amount due a student who withdraws or fails to pursue his/her course of study when funds have been paid to the institution When an institution determines a student is due a refund, if that student has received financial aid funds, an portion of the refund must be allocated to the program(s) from which the student received aid
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