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Definition of "recouping" [recouping]

  • Present participle of recoup. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "recouping" in a sentence
  • "None of my books have yet been displayed, so I'm not interested in recouping damages or lost income."
  • "The dollar's move in recouping its earlier losses might be based not only on cautious trading ahead of the G-20, but also because investors are taking the view that, if the Federal Reserve acts to kick-start a slowing U.S. econom y, it will act in a more measured way than originally expected."
  • "I understand there could be some concern in recouping the costs, but with the fact eBooks are becoming more and more the way things are rather than just "a new fad" it seems only a marginal risk at best."