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Definition of "reimbursing" [reimbursing]

  • Present participle of reimburse. (verb)

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Use "reimbursing" in a sentence
  • "Car dealers are growing increasingly impatient with the government's slow pace in reimbursing them for accepting trade-ins as part of its popular "Cash for Clunkers" program, even though Transportation Department officials say they are working to address the delays."
  • "The act of any one or several of a number of co-debtors, co-sureties, etc., in reimbursing one of their number who has paid the whole debt or suffered the whole liability, each to the extent of his proportionate share."
  • "On paper, the idea of reimbursing the Black community in America a trillion dollars in back pay owed to them for having essentially built, over the course of 300 years, much of the US economy makes sense."