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refund

verb [T]
 
 
/ˌriːˈfʌnd/
COMMERCE to give someone back an amount of money, especially because they have paid too much or are not happy with a product or service: The court ordered the company to refund current customers.refund money/cash If someone buys you a present you don't like, the store is within its rights not to refund the money. The customer will be refunded in full up to $50,000. If you see any branded item you have purchased at a cheaper price elsewhere within 60 days, we will refund the difference.
Translations of “refund”
in Arabic يَسترِدّ مالا…
in Korean 환불하다…
in Malaysian membayar balik…
in French rembourser…
in Turkish geri ödemek, iade etmek…
in Italian rimborsare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 退還, 退(款), 償付…
in Russian возвращать (деньги)…
in Polish zwracać pieniądze…
in Vietnamese trả lại…
in Spanish reembolsar…
in Portuguese reembolsar…
in Thai คืนเงินให้…
in German zurückzahlen…
in Catalan reemborsar, tornar els diners…
in Japanese ~を返金する, 払い戻す…
in Indonesian membayar kembali…
in Chinese (Simplified) 退还, 退(款), 偿付…
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