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refund in Trade topic

refundre‧fund2 /rɪˈfʌnd/ ●○○ verb [transitive]  BBTto give someone their money back, especially because they are not satisfied with the goods or services they have paid forreimburse I took the radio back, and they refunded my money.→ See Verb table
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refundThe offer is, apparently, to refund 20% of a fare if a train is more than an hour late.Saturday's concert is canceled, and tickets will be refunded.Salesmen claimed this would be refunded as soon as the seller's allotment letter arrived.The money was refunded only when proof was provided that the migrant had found a job.She argued that BofA underpaid because it used only simple interest in refunding the overcharged fees.We will refund the part of your premium which applies to the rest of the period of the policy.If this should happen to your, please ask for a receipt and we will refund these extra charges.