to pay back money to sb which they have spent or lost
We will reimburse any expenses incurred.
You will be reimbursed for any loss or damage caused by our company.
to pay somebody back money spent for an official or approved reason or taken as a loan, or give somebody money as compensation for loss or damage
to give someone the same amount of money that they have spent, for example on something connected with their work
Familiarize Yourself With the Leave Policy. Most employers will reimburse you for vacation you haven't taken up to a certain amount.
Yes, that's right. But I had no idea I would be charged for all this. Thank goodness my company will let me reimburse all this.
On the second Tuesday of every month, the general cahier should reimburse all the pretty cash spending to the concerned departments.
The Tuition Expense Type Table tracks what and how much your organization will reimburse employees.
So how would it be possible for you to reimburse [recover] at least somehow these losses?
The female driver smiled and told me that two dollars would be fine, I could reimburse the remaining half dollar on my next ride.
The agreement even seems to require NUS to reimburse Yale for the salaries of Yale professors who will teach in Singapore.
This means that if one is ever creating too many units of currency, it may be unable to reimburse them in gold and may go bankrupt.
to the regulations, sir, you'll have to reimburse the bank for the amount paid.
We will not refund shipping costs and do not reimburse for shipping back to me, unless it was my error.