In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(costs) recuperar(losses) resarcirse dethe expenses will be recouped from the firm — la empresa reembolsará los gastos
- The company is trying to recoup lost ground by providing a full range of services at Air Force installations in Korea and Germany.
- He has recouped a little of his lost global and domestic esteem with his work on Africa.
- After a severe workout all morning, Tash knew that she needed to recoup her strength before the afternoon or she was in danger of going crazy.
- Three years ago he reminded readers that the Christian right was relying on a new public relations approach to recoup some of the ground it had recently lost.
- The only way to recoup what we have lost is with a workforce that can meet the challenges of a modern economy.
- Once more, this country has recouped its liberty and we will all struggle to perfect and maintain it.
- Efforts will be made to recoup the lost teaching and learning time in the second term.
- And once signed away, privacy is hard to recoup.
- During the day we went swimming and sunbathing to recoup our strength.
- But patching a system won't recover stolen data, recoup competitive advantage or revive consumer confidence.
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