reimburse for

reimburse (one) for (something)

To give one back the money that one has spent on something, typically when one did so at the behest of someone else. You'll have to cover your own expenses on the trip, but just bring back your receipts and we'll reimburse you for them once you're back at the office. Would you mind paying the bill tonight? I can reimburse you for it later!
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reimburse someone for something

to repay someone for making a purchase, such as a business expense. I will reimburse you for whatever it cost you. The treasurer reimbursed himself for his expenses.
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Of the total amount, more than $285 million was designated to reimburse for eligible emergency protective measures taken during the August disaster.
If a doctor does not indicate there is a medical justification, Medicare still will reimburse for the drug but at a lower rate.
Of the total amount, more than $281 million was designated to reimburse for eligible emergency protective measures taken during the August disaster.
Of the total amount, more than $242 million was designated to reimburse for emergency protective measures taken and debris cleanup in parishes covered by the August disaster declaration.