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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Administrators of the European arm of Enron are auctioning off everything but the bankrupt energy trader's kitchen sink to try to recoup something from its billions of dollars of debts.