In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(cost/expenses) reembolsarwe'll reimburse you later — los gastos le serán reembolsados más tarde
- to reimburse sb for sth — reembolsarle algo a algn
- the company will reimburse you for the repairs — la empresa le reembolsará los gastos de reparación
- Volunteers are, as the name suggests unpaid, but expenses incurred are reimbursed, so you won't be out of pocket by joining.
- Most of this money is reimbursed by the Government.
- The company, he adds, is reimbursing the funds for the additional pay.
- Full training will be provided and all expenses incurred will be reimbursed.
- Bradley said he tried to strike a deal with the municipality, so that he could reimburse the money he owed.
- The Commission agrees that companies benefiting from structural funds will have to reimburse the money if they leave within seven years.
- The employment contract or handbook should ideally set out the company's expenses policy and should detail all expenses that will be reimbursed by the employer.
- The cost of the service is not reimbursed by health insurance.
- Patients are made aware that the service is unlikely to be reimbursed by insurance.
- Transport will be provided and childcare expenses will be reimbursed.
- Any expenses incurred by volunteers will be reimbursed.
- The audits either rejected the inflated invoices or required the contractors to reimburse the money.
- The costs are reimbursed to the commonwealth only after the claim is successful.
- The loans were supposed to be used by the banks to reimburse depositors' money.
- Unlicensed drugs are not specified in the database because they are not automatically reimbursed by insurance.
- A library that knowingly fails to comply with certification must reimburse the funds and discounts received for that period.
- The church reimburses the health premiums for a total of $10,000.
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