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recoup (something) from (someone or something)

To recover, regain, or restore something from someone or something. You'll have to pay for everything out of pocket, but you can recoup it all from HR after you're back from the trip. The meeting was full of angry shareholders looking to recoup their investments from the foundering tech company.
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recoup something from someone or something

to salvage something from someone or something. I hope I can recoup my expenses from the company this week. Mary intended to recoup her money from the investment.
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Replacing 1,250-square feet of siding with new fiber siding can cost $13,000, but homeowners can expect to recoup 80 percent of that cost at resale.
Stuart Foster, CEO, RECOUP, said: "Despite the inevitable politics and positioning behind issues such as black plastic recycling, our role at RECOUP is to bring the various groups and stakeholders together to make practical steps forward and build on the great work of individual organisations to date.
The RECOUP Act would address this problem by giving debt collection personnel at the U.
Under current tolls it would take one to two years for the Government to recoup its costs but at the moment it is deliberately keeping its intentions hidden.
Later this year the aim is to further increase collection levels of all plastic bottles as part of a national plastic recycling communications initiative Recoup are leading on.
Every sale on Recoup generates a donation to the nonprofit organization selected by the vendor or by the buyer.
Goodwillie has a year left on his three-year deal but even though he has been told he's not part of new manager Gary Bowyer's plans, the Lancashire side have outlined their determination to recoup some cash after coughing up PS2.
Did not recoup its full capitalization costs during its Broadway run.
20 February 2012 -- Lloyds Banking Group (LON:LLOY) announced on Monday a decision to recoup part of the bonuses paid to current and former executives for 2011, the Daily Mail reported on Monday.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 20, 2012--Lloyds to recoup part of 2011 bonuses of executives(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
In the Pacific Northwest, a kitchen remodel can recoup around 68 percent to 73 percent of the cost at resale.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) has estimated that the Federal Reserve would have to buy assets worth about USD4bn in order to help the economy recoup.
A PARTY is being thrown to celebrate the end of Coventry's PFI incinerator plans and help campaigners recoup the cash they spent fighting the scheme.
THE UK could still impose a US-style levy on banks to recoup money from the taxpayer bailout, says City minister Lord Myners.
Many popular models need high six figure mileage to recoup the extra expense and some diesels always cost more than the petrol alternative at current forecourt prices.