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recoup
American English: /rəˈkup/
British English: /rɪˈkuːp/

Translation of recoup in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (costs)
    (losses)
    resarcirse de
    the expenses will be recouped from the firm
    la empresa reembolsará los gastos
    Example sentences
    • After a severe workout all morning, Tash knew that she needed to recoup her strength before the afternoon or she was in danger of going crazy.
    • During the day we went swimming and sunbathing to recoup our strength.
    • He has recouped a little of his lost global and domestic esteem with his work on Africa.

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