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restitution

noun [U]  /ˌres·tɪˈtu·ʃən/ law us  
payment for damage or loss of property, or the return of items stolen or lost: The company has agreed to make restitution of $44,930 and to pay an equal fine.
Translations of “restitution”
in Spanish restitución…
in French restitution…
in German die Rückerstattung…
in Chinese (Traditional) (被盜物或丟失物的)歸還, 賠償, 賠款…
in Chinese (Simplified) (被盗物或丢失物的)归还, 赔偿, 赔款…
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