Definitions for recouprɪˈkup
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
to get back the equivalent of:
to recoup one's losses.
to regain; recover.
to reimburse; pay back; recompense.
(v.i.)to get back an equivalent, as of something lost.
Origin of recoup:
1400–50; late ME < MF recouper to cut back, cut again =re-re - +couper to cut; see coup
reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a loss
recover, recoup, recuperate(verb)
regain or make up for
"recuperate one's losses"
withhold, deduct, recoup(verb)
retain and refrain from disbursing; of payments
"My employer is withholding taxes"
to make back, as an investment.
To recover from an error.
alt. of Recoupe
The first e-commerce and f-commerce platform that brings nonprofits, consumers, and businesses, together.With Recoup, nonprofits and businesses get their very own shopping pages. When customers buy an item, a percentage of the sale goes to a Recoup charity partner of the buyers choice.- Recoup builds their nonprofit partners (350+ to date) a customized shop and profile. Nonprofits don't have the expertise or experience to build their own shopping site. With Recoup, they don't have to. Everything is done for them so they can focus on promoting the shop to their supporter lists, and raising money. - Recoup populates the nonprofit's shop with offers from their 500+ business partners. This saves nonprofits the hassle of finding their own business partners, and inking their own deals. It also allows small businesses to work with large nationwide nonprofits. - Recoup opens the nonprofit and its shop to a broader audience and every sale generates a STATED and VISIBLE donation.
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