recoup (something) from (someone or something)

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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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The appeals court ruled the Supreme Court judge was correct to conclude that, "in the absence of a single event or accident, all claims alleging exposure to asbestos from spray-on fireproofing at the site over a three-year period did not arise from a single occurrence under the policy." The appeals court also found "as plaintiff reserved its right to recoup expenses it incurred that are not covered by the policies, Supreme Court correctly declined to dismiss its recoupment reclaim."
Swiss-headquartered MSC expects to pay over $2 billion a year in fuel costs due to tougher global marine fuel rules and will introduce a bunker charge next year to recoup expenses, the world's number two container line said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Swiss-headquartered MSC expects to pay over $2 billion a year in fuel costs due to tougher global marine fuel rules and will introduce a bunker charge next year to recoup expenses, the world's number two container line said.
"In short, passport fees to be retained by the DFA must be just enough to recoup expenses in rendering this public service," he explained.
It's a safety net that at the best allows you to recoup expenses.
(1,2) Authorized by Congress, it allows the military services to recoup expenses for medical care provided to nonactiveduty beneficiaries when they have other health insurance.
But the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation & Liability Act (CERCLA, the federal Superfund law) allows the government to tap the company to recoup expenses from remediation efforts, as well as to cover monitoring expenses in the future.
Finally, ATCLE coordinates recycling operations to avoid waste and recoup expenses reclaiming more than 95 percent of materials previously destined for landfills.
Given the costs of achieving that target, many developers would not be able to recoup expenses from energy-efficiency savings for at least a decade, according to NAIOP President Thomas J.
The total cost for each kiosk was about $1,500 originally, but the software would probably only cost a nominal fee to recoup expenses in large-scale distribution.
"We are very hopeful, but we haven't seen savings yet." He said he hoped to recoup expenses by 2008.
Earlier this year Liverpool FC agreed to pay a contribution towards the cost of policing matches, but Merseyside Police is still in negotiations with Everton and Tranmere football clubs to recoup expenses.
health agencies likely have a legal right to recoup expenses incurred in discharging their duty to protect the public.
Pharmaceutical companies must invest heavily into R&D, and will do so only insofar as they expect to recoup expenses and make a profit from sales of the final product.
It allows the government to recoup expenses from the estates of recipients of the state's prescription drug program.