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recompense for (something)

1. noun Payment or other compensation made (to someone), as for some service or as reparation for something. The government offered the land as recompense for the atrocities it had committed against the indigenous people years prior. They wanted to give me a high-end computer as recompense for the work I did for them.
2. verb To give payment or other compensation to someone, as for some service rendered or as a repayment or reparation for something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "recompense" and "for." The company agreed to recompense all employees for any health issues they experienced as a result of the radioactive leak. We'd be willing to recompense you for your services with shares in our company.
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recompense someone for something

to (re)pay someone for something. I am required to recompense Mrs. Wilson for her broken window. Can I recompense you for your expenses?
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Dans la poesie, Beldjilali Aicha de Tlemcen, Ben Amar Mossaab et Boufekhta Ahmed de Jijel qui ont ete recompenses des mains du ministre de l'Enseignement superieur et de la recherche scientifique Tayeb Bouzid.
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The court determined he would be granted a discounted NT$4,000 (US$130) per day in recompense, the report said.
In a letter to the county council, she adds: "I am growing increasingly concerned that the company has absconded with the ticket sales money and that concert-goers are unable to even seek recompense."
Absolute standards of performance diminish the stimulant for low performing suppliers, considering their diminished probability of accomplishing the goals (Bratu, 2013a), but relative standards that recompense enhancement can wind up recompensing the lowest performing suppliers the most as they are frequently able to enhance the most.
He said: "I believe some recompense should be given along with an apology for the stress and inconvenience caused to members of my family on what should have been remembered as a joyous occasion and not the weekend that a mini-bus broke down."
Sa Majeste le Roi, que Dieu L'assiste, a bien voulu donne Son approbation a la promotion et la nomination d'un certain nombre de fonctionnaires du Royaume, en recompense de Sa Majeste pour leur devouement et abnegation dans l'accomplissement du devoir.
Jeux Video : Cette categorie recompense les applications gaming les plus abouties, interactives et divertissantes, developpees sur les plateformes Windows 8, Windows Phone, Kinect pour Windows, Xbox Indie Games.
Summary: The family of Leo Kirch has been seeking upwards of #x20AC;3.3 billion in recompense for the late media mogul's empire -- the collapse of which ...
Finalement, 2 questions issues du CFQ ont ete retenues afin d'obtenir une mesure de l'usage de recompenses alimentaires, soit les enonces <<J'offre des sucreries a mon enfant comme recompense pour un bon comportement>> et <<J'offre a mon enfant ses aliments preferes en echange d'un bon comportement>>.
Narcisse, double champion olympique (2008, 2012) et double champion du monde (2001, 2009), recevra sa recompense le 27 janvier a Barcelone, le jour de la finale du Mondial-2013 qui debute ce vendredi en Espagne.
She has since been given ample time to recover from those exertions and, off the same mark, there's every chance she'll gain recompense over the sufficiently searching 3m5f trip of the Lincolnshire National.
Mr MacKenzie provoked fresh anger from the Hillsborough families when it emerged he instructed solicitors to demand an "apology and recompense" from South Yorkshire Police.
FORMER Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie has instructed solicitors to demand an "apology and recompense" from South Yorkshire Police over the newspaper's discredited reporting of the Hillsborough disaster.
"There should be some form of recompense, tens not hundreds of millions."