reimburse

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English - Turkish
parasını geri vermek
{f} masraflarını karşılamak
(Askeri) tanzim etmek
(Askeri) bedelini ödemek
(parasını) geri vermek
ödemek
(pulunu) geri vermek
geri öde

Tom henüz bana geri ödeme yapmadı. - Tom hasn't reimbursed me yet.

O bana hala geri ödeme yapmadı. - She hasn't reimbursed me yet.

birinin yaptığı masrafı ödemek
Tazmin etmek
parasını geri ödemek
{f} tazminat vermek
(Askeri) PARASINI GERİ VERMEK, BEDELİNİ ÖDEMEK, ÖDEMEK, TAZMİN ETMEK, TELAFİ ETMEK: Alınmış, kaybedilmiş veya nama sarfedilmiş bir parayı, verene ödemek, sarfedene ödetmek
reimbursementödeme
{f} geri ödemek
sarfolunmuş parayı tediye etmek
masrafını iade
{f} zararını karşılamak
(Askeri) telafi etmek
reimburse borrowing
(Ticaret) rambursman kredisi
reimburse s.o. for
birine (yaptığı masrafları) ödemek, birinin (masraflarını) karşılamak
reimbursement
(Kanun) borcu geri ödeme
reimbursement
(Ticaret) telafi etme
reimbursement
(Askeri,Ticaret) masrafı iade
reimbursement
(Ticaret) itfa ödemesi
reimbursement
(Askeri,Kanun) ödeme

Satın alma işlemimden geri ödeme sözü ile heyecanlıydım. - I was excited by the promise of reimbursement from my purchase.

reimbursement
(Ticaret) tazminat
reimbursement
parayı geri verme
reimbursement
(Ticaret) parasını geri verme
reimbursement
(Ticaret) itfa
reimbursement
geri ödeme

Satın alma işlemimden geri ödeme sözü ile heyecanlıydım. - I was excited by the promise of reimbursement from my purchase.

reimbursement
masrafını ödeme
reimbursable
(Mukavele) tazminat
reimbursable
(sıfat) geri ödenebilir
reimbursable
geri ödenebilir
reimbursed
(Ticaret) geri ödenmiş
reimbursement
rambursman
reimbursement
{i} (birinin masraflarını karşılayan) ödeme/para
reimbursement
iade
reimbursement
(Askeri) MASRAFI İADE, ÖDEME, GERİ VERME: Bak. "reimburse"
reimbursement
geri verme
reimbursement
harcamalarını karşılama
reimbursement
{i} for (masrafları) ödeme
English - English
To compensate with pay or money; especially, to repay money spent on one's behalf

The company will reimburse your expenses for the business trip.

to pay back as an equivalent of what has been expended
{v} to repay, to repair loss or expense
pay back for some expense incurred; "Can the company reimburse me for my professional travel?
If you reimburse someone for something, you pay them back the money that they have spent or lost because of it. I'll be happy to reimburse you for any expenses you might have incurred The funds are supposed to reimburse policyholders in the event of insurer failure. to pay money back to someone when their money has been spent or lost reimburse sb for sth (imburse (16-19 centuries), from borser )
pay back for some expense incurred; "Can the company reimburse me for my professional travel?"
To compensate with pay or money; especially, to repay money spent on ones behalf
{f} repay, refund; compensate for a loss, repay for an expense
To replace in a treasury or purse, as an equivalent for what has been taken, lost, or expended; to refund; to pay back; to restore; as, to reimburse the expenses of a war
reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a loss
To make restoration or payment of an equivalent to (a person); to pay back to; to indemnify; often reflexive; as, to reimburse one's self by successful speculation
reimbursable
{a} that may be repaid
reimbursement
{n} a repayment, reparation
reimbursable
{s} able to be compensated, able to be repaid
reimbursable
Capable of being reimbursed for
reimbursable
Capable of being repaid; repayable
reimbursed
past of reimburse
reimbursement
Cash or other assets received as a repayment of the cost of work or services performed or of other expenditures made for or on behalf of another governmental unit or department or for an individual, firm, or corporation
reimbursement
In insurance, payment to the insured for a covered expense or loss incurred by or on behalf of the insured
reimbursement
Payment of an amount of money by an insurance policy in the event of a covered loss
reimbursement
The act reimbursing
reimbursement
If you receive reimbursement for money that you have spent, you get your money back, for example because the money should have been paid by someone else. She is demanding reimbursement for medical and other expenses
reimbursement
The amount paid to providers for services they provide to patients
reimbursement
An employee pays the total amount for their prescription at the time of dispense and submits receipts to their insurer for the payment of the eligible amount
reimbursement
Payment back to the claimant for expenses incurred out of pocket which are inherently covered by the policy
reimbursement
A licensee or applicant has been ordered to pay a specified amount of money to reimburse the CDI for costs of the case
reimbursement
The return of an overpayment or overoollecbon in cash
reimbursement
A sum (1) that is received by the Federal Government as a repayment for commodities sold or services furnished either to the public or to another government account and (2) that is authorized by law to be credited directly to specific appropriations and fund accounts (A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budget Process, GAO, 1993)
reimbursement
compensation paid (to someone) for damages or losses or money already spent etc
reimbursement
refers to the full repayment of funds used for seedling costs (FRIP), after Seedling Reimbursement Agreement has been certified
reimbursement
A payment to a provider in exchange for the performance of health services The term more technically is applicable to payments made to providers by Medicare or Medicaid
reimbursement
Payment made to someone for out-of-pocket expenses has incurred
reimbursement
Collection of funds for services provided to recipients outside the USAID
reimbursement
The payment of the expenses actually incurred as a result of an accident or sickness, but not to exceed any amount specified in the policy
reimbursement
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reimbursement
From a stop loss perspective, compensation to the group for all eligible claims in excess of the specific or aggregate deductible
reimbursement
Payment of an amount of money related to the amount of the loss to or on behalf of the insured upon the occurrence of a defined loss
reimbursement
{i} act of paying back, repayment; compensation for a loss, repayment for an expense
reimbursement
Payment of an amount of money related to the amount of loss to or on behalf of the insured upon the occurrence of a defined loss
reimbursement
Payment made to someone for out-of-pocket expenses that he or she has incurred
reimbursement
The return of funds back to an investor
reimbursement
A sum received by the U S Government in payment for commodities sold or services furnished, either to the public or to another Government account, that are authorized by law to be credited directly to a specific account
reimbursement
the act of compensating someone for an expense
reimbursement
"he received reimbursement for his travel expenses
reimbursement
compensation paid (to someone) for damages or losses or money already spent etc ; "he received reimbursement for his travel expenses"
reimbursements
A reimbursement is a payment made to an individual for personal funds expended in the amount of $500 or less per individual item when a purchase order is unavailable or not accepted by the vendor Reimbursements are limited to the purchase of non-inventorial tangible goods, as allowed within the scope of University policies
reimbursements
are generally amounts received by an employee from their employer for actual expenses incurred This does not include reimbursements of car expenses calculated on a cents per kilometre basis, which remain assessable income of the employee
reimbursements
Transactions which constitute reimbursements to a fund for expenditures initially made from it which are properly applicable to another fund
reimbursements
plural of reimbursement
reimburser
One who reimburses
reimburser
{i} one who reimburses; one who repays; one who makes restitution
reimburses
third-person singular of reimburse
reimbursing
present participle of reimburse
reimburse
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