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make good a debt/loss etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake good a debt/loss etcmake good a debt/loss etcto pay someone money that you owe, or to provide money to replace what has been lost – used especially in business The loss to the company was made good by contributions from its subsidiaries. good
Examples from the Corpus
make good a debt/loss etcTheir use should minimise water use to making good losses through evaporation.
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