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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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reimburse something to someone

to repay money to someone, such as a business expense. I will reimburse the money to you. Don't worry. The full cost was reimbursed to me.
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Under this option, P would continue to reimburse all eligible retired employees for medical care, until all unused accumulated amounts are exhausted.
In exercising this discretion, the trustee distributes $25,000 to G to reimburse G for this $25,000 liability.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- The state's Employment Training Panel (ETP) awarded more than $114,653 to Peninsula Engineering of Sunnyvale today to reimburse the firm for retraining its workforce.
The yearlong pilot program is designed to reimburse physicians for using the HealthGate evidence-based medicine (EBM) guidelines and other services not normally covered by insurance (like telephone calls and Web consultations).
In Situation 1, A is covered by an HDHP, a health FSA and an HRA that pay or reimburse medical expenses incurred before A satisfies the minimum annual deductible under Sec.
As part of the transfer, XYZ reimburses the employee for all moving-related expenditures.
Ried said that the Newhall School District reimburses mentor teachers at its seven schools for some of their supplies and expenses.
MMS reimburses states for the costs of audits, such as salaries and travel expenses.
Medicare generally reimburses hospital outpatient departments based on "ambulatory payment classifications" (APCs) representing bundled payments for services and items including drugs provided to a patient.
For degree courses, Hastings reimburses 100% of tuition and related expenses if the employee's grade transcript shows he or she earned a B or higher.