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geri almak
(harcırah/vb.) almak
telafi et
{f} zararını ödemek
recoupment telafi
{f} yerini doldurmak
recoup oneself zarar veya masrafı telafi etmek
{f} tazmin etmek
{f} karşılamak
{f} parasını çıkarmak
{f} ödemek
{f} telâfi etmek
tenzil etmek
recoup one's losses
zararını telafi etmek
(Askeri) zarar ödentisi
(Askeri) istirdat
(Ticaret) indirim
(Askeri) geri alma
(Askeri) TAZMİNAT, ZARAR ÖDENTİSİ, İSTİRDAT, GERİ ALMA: Genel olarak bir şahsa masrafları karşılığı ödenen para; şahsın kendi hatası veya dikkatsizliği yüzünden meydana gelen zarar için, Devlete yaptığı ödeme de olabilir. Paranın geri alınması veya istirdadı
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to make back, as an investment

He barely managed to recoup his money, he sold out for just what he had invested.

To recover from an error
{f} pay back, reimburse; get back, recover
regain or make up for; "recuperate one's losses"
To reimburse; to indemnify; often used reflexively and in the passive
If you recoup a sum of money that you have spent or lost, you get it back. Insurance companies are trying to recoup their losses by increasing premiums. = recover. to get back an amount of money you have lost or spent = recover (recouper , from couper )
To keep back rightfully (a part), as if by cutting off, so as to diminish a sum due; to take off (a part) from damages; to deduct; as, where a landlord recouped the rent of premises from damages awarded to the plaintiff for eviction
retain and refrain from disbursing; of payments; "My employer is withholding taxes"
reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a loss
To get an equivalent or compensation for; as, to recoup money lost at the gaming table; to recoup one's losses in the share market
Able to be recouped
past of recoup
present participle of recoup
is a special method for adjusting debts arising under the same transaction or occurrence For example, obligations arising under the same contract generally are subject to recoupment
The act of recouping
Reimbursement of monies expended For example, out of a petty cash float of $100, payments which total $55 have been made A recoupment cheque would be raised for $55 to reinstate the full $100 value of the petty cash float
{i} payment, reimbursement; deduction, act of withholding; compensation, restitution
The recovery by Medicare of any Medicare debt by reducing present or future Medicare payments and applying the amount withheld to the indebtedness
third-person singular of recoup