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recompense

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈrekəmpens/ formal
an amount of money that you pay to someone for work that they have done: They receive appropriate recompense for any overtime worked.
an amount of money that you pay to someone because you have caused them to have a problem: recompense for sth Some form of recompense for this breach of contract is now due. He demanded a financial recompense for his loss of earnings.
Translations of “recompense”
in Vietnamese sự đền bù…
in Spanish recompensa…
in Thai ค่าชดเชย…
in Malaysian ganti-rugi…
in French récompense, dédommagement…
in German die Entschädigung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 酬謝, 補償,賠償…
in Indonesian imbalan…
in Russian компенсация…
in Turkish tazminat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 酬谢, 补偿,赔偿…
in Polish rekompensata…
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