remunerate (one) for (something)

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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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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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.
See also: for, remunerate
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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We have agreed that I am to be remunerated for my course of dramatic instruction out of your future earnings on the stage.
I don't want to pay too large a price for my friend, but I want you to have your proper percentage and be remunerated for your loss of time.
She urged the Coalition to do just that to ensure Australians were properly remunerated for the exploitation of their gas resources.
Teachers are also being directed to withdraw co-operation for the new Junior Cycle Framework and not to undertake any duties arising from vacated middlemanagement positions unless they are remunerated for their pensions.
AMs are more than adequately remunerated for their efforts on our behalf; the least they could do is to give the impression that they are interested and involved in the process of governing Wales.
In parallel with the temporary approval, the Commission opened a formal investigation because is it concerned that the state may not be adequately remunerated for this support and because of the risks remaining in the bank's balance sheet.
The greatest rewards will accrue to lawyers who will not only be more than adequately remunerated for defending and prosecuting those allegedly involved, but will also rake it in at public expense through civil actions.
They would be remunerated for hard work and efficiency by seeing the business succeed, as was seen when the miners of Tower Colliery bought out the previous owners.
I firmly believe CFOs should be adequately remunerated for the talent and skill they employ and that such remuneration should equal in dollar amounts what's given to other executive officers.
For another show, called Person Remunerated for a Period of 360 Consecutive Hours, an asylum seeker was bricked up behind a wall for 15 days - and fed through a hatch.
'Investors owe it to themselves to understand who is advising them and how those advisers are getting remunerated for that advice.'
It costs us more to get the chart out than we get remunerated for seeing a patient on the RBRVS system.
The mechanism allows for each TSO to be fairly remunerated for the internal and transit flows across their respective grid while considering, from the users' viewpoint, the European grid as a single one.
"I've been very well remunerated for my talents over the years so I really don't need the public's money.
It's time they were properly remunerated for their tireless work.