- make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compensate；pay or reward (someone) for effort or work
- compensation or reward given for loss or harm suffered or effort made；restitution made or punishment inflicted for a wrong or injury.
verb: recompense, 3rd person present: recompenses, gerund or present participle: recompensing, past tense: recompensed, past participle: recompensed
- 1. make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compensate:
offenders should recompense their victims
he was recompensed for the wasted time
- 2. pay or reward (someone) for effort or work:
he was handsomely recompensed
- 3. make amends to or reward someone for (loss, harm, or effort):
losses up to £20,000 are recompensed
- 4. punish or reward (someone) for an action:
I will recompense their iniquity
- 1. compensation or reward given for loss or harm suffered or effort made:
adequate recompense for workers who lose their jobs
substantial damages were paid in recompense
- 2. restitution made or punishment inflicted for a wrong or injury.
an area of land secured by the authorities in recompense of development outlay 「由開發機關取得，以抵償開發費用的一片土地」 這是類似...
...the drawer bank or items for which cash (value) was tendered and recompense is doubtful. 把句子還原而不用子句的話 就會比較清楚嘍 如下: ...
..., spare hime; if he is stronger, spare yourself. (2)Recompense injury with justice, and recompense kindness with kindness. (3)Kindness is...