Definition of "recoupment" [re•coup•ment]

  • A recovery of what had been lost. (noun)

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Use "recoupment" in a sentence
  • "There aren't any statistics regarding pension overpayments, but senior advocates say they have seen a spike of "recoupment" cases, which are now one of the most common pension problems some advocacy groups are handling."
  • "A spokesman for Mrs. Pelosi said after a meeting with the auto makers and UAW that she wants some form of "recoupment" for taxpayers in return for more subsidies, possibly faster rollout by the car makers of more fuel-efficient vehicles."
  • ""He gave Irish producers 50% of recoupment which is something Brit producers have been desperate to get.""
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