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recompense

US [ˈrekəmˌpens]
UK [ˈrekəmpens]
  • n.报酬;赔偿;补偿
  • v.给…以补偿;赔偿
  • Web报偿;报答;回礼
Simple Present:recompenses  Present Participle:recompensing  Past Tense:recompensed  
recompense
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n.
1.
[u]
~ (for sth/sb)
赔偿;补偿;报酬something, usually money, that you are given because you have suffered in some way, or as a payment for sth
There must be adequate recompense for workers who lose their jobs.
必须给失业的工人足够的补偿。
I received $1 000 in recompense for loss of earnings.
我得到了 1 000 元的收入损失赔偿。
v.
1.
~ sb (for sth)
给…以补偿;赔偿to do sth for sb or give them a payment for sth that they have suffered
There was no attempt to recompense the miners for the loss of their jobs.
没有人表示要对失业矿工给予补偿。

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