refund (some money) to (someone)

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refund (some money) to (someone)

To return the money spent or invested by someone. The automaker has been directed to refund payments to all of its customers following the discovery of defective parts used in its anti-lock brake system. They would only refund half the money to me because I had already taken the tags off We'll send you a notification when the money is refunded to your account.
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refund something to someone

to return payment for something to someone. I insist that you refund the money to me at once. Her money was refunded to her by the store as soon as she asked for it.
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The IRS then abated and refunded to Coca-Cola $12.4 million of tax and $5.5 million in deficiency interest.
It should be axiomatic in tax administration that improperly collected tax payments, whether due to constitutional infirmity of the tax itself or through an overpayment due to government miscalculation, will be refunded to their rightful owners.
However, A was not underpaid as to the $20 until that amount was refunded to A on Sept.
The period of mutual indebtedness is from March 15, 1990, the date the liability for the $1 million deficiency on the 1989 tax year first arises, to June 30, 1999, the date the overpayment of $1,000,000 for the 1987 tax year is refunded to the taxpayer.