This refund—the largest in Russian history—was processed in a single day on Christmas Eve 2007.
“Your voice makes me sad,” I told the Alitalia ticket clerk I finally got on the line in Rome to process our refund.
Rather than urge taxpayers to amend their tax returns to get a refund, the division does the exact opposite.
The law required welfare recipients to pay in advance for their drug test with a refund promised if they proved to be drug free.
Hermitage filed another criminal complaint—this related to the refund.
If it doesn't do that, we are always ready to refund the purchaser's money, as fully explained in a later chapter.
He must refund every pound of the public money that remains in his possession.
If she takes you back again, she should refund the money, even though she is accepting damaged and well-worn goods.
If you are not satisfied after completing my course, I'll refund your tuition.
When any bills are paid we will refund your 20 per cent which we hold.
"to give back, restore," early 15c. (earlier "to pour back," late 14c.), from Old French refunder "restore" and directly from Latin refundere "give back, restore, return," literally "pour back, flow back," from re- "back" (see re-) + fundere "to pour" (see found (v.2)). Specifically of money from 1550s. Related: Refunded; refunding.
"a return of money paid," 1782, from refund (v.).