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recompense

noun [U]     /ˈrek.əm.pents/ formal
a present given to someone to thank them for their help, or payment given to someone because of slight problems or because of the loss of or damage to their property 酬谢;补偿,赔偿 I received £500 from the local council in recompense for the damage to my garden. 当地政务委员会支付了我500英镑,作为损毁花园的赔偿。 Making and accepting apologies
recompense     /ˈrek.əm.pents/ verb [T]
The court awarded the women $100 000 each to recompense them for nine years of lost wages. 法庭判给那些妇女每人10万美元,以补偿她们9年的工资损失。 Making and accepting apologiesPaying and spending money
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 Polish rekompensata…
(Definition of recompense from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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