Translation of refund in Spanish:


devolver, v.

Pronunciation /rəˈfənd//rɪˈfʌnd//ˈriˌfənd/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (payment) devolver
    (payment) reintegrar formal
    (postage/expenses) reembolsar
    they wouldn't refund me the full amount no quisieron devolverme el importe total
    • to refund sb for sth reembolsarle algo a algn
    • you will be refunded for your expenses se le reembolsarán los gastos
    • Therefore, it turned down the plea of the exporters to refund the amount thus collected.
    • Typically, airlines - including AA - refund the fees when passengers request refunds.
    • If you don't, simply return the remaining portion and we'll refund each and every penny of your purchase.
    • In keeping with Festival policy, their entrance fees were not refunded.
    • The amount is refunded once the machine is returned back to the NAB.
    • She said the commission has access to a bond to refund customer claims as appropriate.
    • The only thing we could do was apologise and refund customers' money.
    • Parents pay £3 to join the service and then a further £1 to hire a toy for two weeks 50p of which will be refunded on return of the item.
    • He said if any staff member is penalised due to late payment of a loan due to the delayed salaries, they would seek to have this penalty money refunded by the employer.
    • If they are lost or stolen the money is refunded with no questions asked.
    • Patients who are not satisfied with the treatment can get the cost refunded.
    • From a legal perspective, it is revealing that Apple has decided to refund money to customers who paid for the repair.
    • The retailer has to refund the costs if it loses the action.
    • The center refunded $23,000 to foreign students who returned home or canceled their planned stays.
    • Usual Inland Revenue practice is to refund overpaid tax, plus a repayment supplement at simple interest rates for the last six tax years.
    • Similarly, if the shares decline in value, the IRS won't refund your overpayment.
    • The ministry had promised earlier to fully refund the money that the would-be pilgrims had paid several months earlier.
    • Your financial institution will have arrangements in place for refunding stamp duty on unused pound cheques that you return.
    • Our standing offer to refund the fees of any dissatisfied subscriber applies here, of course.
    • Mrs Seddon, a secretary, and her husband, a retired headmaster, have been told P & O is refunding every passenger's fare and giving 25 per cent compensation to be used towards another cruise with the company.


  • 1

    (of expenses, deposits)
    reembolso masculine
    they refused to give her a refund no le quisieron devolver el dinero
    • full cash refund if not satisfied le devolvemos el importe total si no queda satisfecho
    • [ S ]no refunds no se admiten devoluciones
    • They will receive an automatic ticket refund from Michelin.
    • If your appeal is successful you may be able to obtain a refund of your original test fee.
    • I'm entitled to it, however, and shall be sure to push the claim through, to include a refund of the tax I've over-paid since we came to live here.
    • They will not be able to arrange an immediate refund.
    • He further alleged that he was unable to collect a promised refund from the manufacturer.
    • This enables the parish to claim tax refunds on monies received.
    • According to a study in State Tax Notes, one out of three American taxpayers who intentionally fail to file their taxes are due a refund or owe no money at all.
    • In the sales, most retailers will offer a refund, exchange or credit note in these circumstances, but they are not obliged to so you cannot insist.
    • The hefty tax refunds many were predicting this year didn't exactly come true for millions of Americans.
    • They now have the option to get a full refund of their subscription fee.
    • The tax refund is paid to Raven only after it creates the jobs and pays its taxes.
    • Unclaimed financial assets such as inheritances, tax refunds, or money from previous bank accounts or employers may be waiting for you or someone you know.
    • With rebates and tax refunds, he chopped nearly 75 percent off the $115,000 bill, bringing the cost down to $30,000.
    • Proprietor Neil Stevenson confirmed that refunds will be available by returning the tickets to Grooves.
    • In others, they have to pay the full cost and then claim a full or partial refund.
    • So you can file amended returns to claim tax refunds for these up to seven years back.
    • Tourists wishing to claim their tax refunds must obtain tax forms from the authorized VAT store where the merchandise was purchased at the time of purchase.
    • The first year students are demanding the refund of their fee so that they can take admission elsewhere next year.
    • If you return your book purchases within 15 days you get a full cash refund!
    • Mr Downey said the flat rate VAT refund compensates for the VAT paid on inputs.