Origin of refund1
OTHER WORDS FROM refund
Other definitions for refund (2 of 2)
- to meet (a matured debt structure) by new borrowing, especially through issuance of bonds.
- to replace (an old issue) with a new one.
How to use refund in a sentence
Anything over that amount is considered “over-earnings,” money that could go back to customers as refunds.Inside the Utility Company Lobbying Blitz That Will Hike Electric Bills|by Patrick Wilson, Richmond Times-Dispatch|October 9, 2020|ProPublica
If your flight is canceled by the airline, you are entitled to a full refund, Kelly notes.When is the best time to book holiday travel this year—if at all?|Rachel King|October 5, 2020|Fortune
Some of the state’s most prominent elected officials then called for a full refund.Ohio Just Ordered GM to Repay $28 Million in Tax Breaks for Closing the Lordstown Auto Plant|by Dan O’Brien, The Business Journal|September 28, 2020|ProPublica
Garvin’s attorneys estimate refunds will be sent out early next year and said past customers have been notified of the settlement by email or mail or both.Port Settlements Will Send Refunds to Airport Rental Car Customers|Ashly McGlone|September 22, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Among those who received refunds from canceled activities, 69% said the longest they waited was a month or less.What to do if you lost money on an event canceled because of COVID-19|Rachel King|August 19, 2020|Fortune
The child tax credit would be cut in half, from $1,000 today to $500, and would no longer be refundable for most.Fiscal Cliff Hostage Situation Day 14: The Thelma & Louise Caucus|Daniel Gross|November 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We should make that tax credit refundable for low-income families.
Many working Americans do not have health care coverage, so we will help them buy their own insurance with refundable tax credits.