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  1. recompense

    • IPA[ˈrekəmˌpens]

    美式

    • v.
      make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compensate;pay or reward (someone) for effort or work
    • n.
      compensation or reward given for loss or harm suffered or effort made;restitution made or punishment inflicted for a wrong or injury.
    • noun: recompense

    • verb: recompense, 3rd person present: recompenses, gerund or present participle: recompensing, past tense: recompensed, past participle: recompensed

    • 釋義
    • v.
      動詞
    • 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):

      he thought his loyalty had been inadequately recompensed

    • 4. punish or reward (someone) appropriately for an action:

      according to their doings will he recompense them

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. compensation or reward given for loss or harm suffered or effort made:

      substantial damages were paid in recompense

    • 2. restitution made or punishment inflicted for a wrong or injury.
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    • IPA[ˈrɛkəmpɛns]

    英式

    • v.
      make amends to (someone) for loss or harm suffered; compensate:
    • offenders should recompense their victims

      he was recompensed for the wasted time

    • n.
      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

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