There are 2 translations of recompense in Spanish:

recompense1

Pronunciation: /ˈrekəmpens/

n

u
  • [formal] recompense (for sth) [for damages/loss] indemnización (f) or compensación (f)(por algo) [for efforts] recompensa (f)(por algo) they received $1,000 in recompense recibieron 1.000 dólares como recompensa
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    • Instead, everyone who works in the garden can take produce home in recompense for his or her efforts.
    • A letter from the company's lawyers soon brought the newspaper to heel and an appropriate sum in recompense was negotiated, the main beneficiary of which is a local centre for disabled children.
    • In recompense, he was given a free chicken salad sandwich and all the sweets he could eat.

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There are 2 translations of recompense in Spanish:

recompense2

vt

  • [formal] to recompense (sb for sth) [for damage/loss] indemnizar* or compensar (a algn por algo) [for efforts] recompensar (a algn por algo)
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    • And today we are still fighting to make sure the company makes available enough money to recompense its victims.
    • The council will pay tens of thousands of pounds out to its biggest trade union to recompense staff said to have been distressed over a jobs transfer.
    • In high-profile cases, the tobacco industry has recently paid enormous amounts to recompense individuals damaged by its products.
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    • Alpaca farmers will be well recompensed for their efforts in farming these rare animals.
    • Remember if you do something world changing, you are likely to get handsomely recompensed for it.
    • Indeed, even trainers of junior club teams are well recompensed for their input, and few are formally equipped for the role either.

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