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remunerate (one) for (something)
1. To provide one financial compensation in return for goods provided or services rendered. If you aren't willing to remunerate me for my contributions, then I'll be forced to take legal action against you. Would you mind helping me with my tax return? I will of course remunerate you for your time.
2. To provide one financial compensation as a repayment for some incurred costs or losses. The company will remunerate you for any costs you incur on your trip. The court directed him to remunerate his neighbor for the damage he had caused.
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remunerate someone for something
1. to pay someone for something. Of course, I will remunerate you for your time. She was promptly remunerated for the hours she spent working on the project.
2. to repay someone for money spent. I will remunerate you for the cost of the book if you will give me the receipt. Please remunerate me for the charges as soon as possible.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.