|hyvittää englanniksi||refund fi, indemnify fi, credit fi, acquit fi, reimburse fi, compensate fi, atone fi, make up fi, expiate fi|
: A governor, that had pillaged the people, was ... sentenced to refund what he had wrongfully taken. — LEstrange.
: If you find this computer for sale anywhere at a lower price, well refund you the difference.
: to refund a railroad loan
: Were the humours of the eye tinctured with any colour, they would refund that colour upon the object. — Ray.
: If the camera is faulty, you can return it to the store where you bought it for a refund.
*: The states must at last engage to the merchants here that they will indemnify them from all that shall fall out.
*: The lender of a thing for use must indemnify the borrower for damage caused by defects or vices in it, which he knew at the time of lending, and concealed from the borrower.
*: He... did not [[believe|belieue]] that his [[Majesty|Maiestie]] by this occasion [[could]]e any way be endemnified.
*: What [[harm]]e the [[Rhodian]]s [[have|haue]] [[done|doone]] thee, that thou so much indemnifiest them?
: Someone said there were over 100,000 people there, but I cant credit that.
*: How shall they credit / A poor unlearned virgin?
: Credit accounts receivable with the amount of the invoice.
: For the payroll period credit employees [[tips]] to their wages paid account and debit their [[minimum wage]] payable account.
: The full amount of the purchase has been credited to your account.
: I credit the town council with restoring the shopping district.
: Credit the point guard with another assist.
*: You credit the church as much by your government as you did the school formerly by your wit.
*: When Jonathan and the people heard these words they gave no credit into them, nor received them.
: I give you credit for owning up to your mistake.
: He arrived five minutes late, but to his credit he did work an extra ten minutes at the end of his shift.
*: John Gilpin was a citizen / Of credit and renown.
: She received a singing credit in last years operetta.
: They kissed, and then the credits rolled.
: In view of your payment record, we are happy to extend further credit to you.
: a long credit or a short credit
: What do you mean my credit is no good?
: Didnt you know that the IRS will refund any excess payroll taxes that you paid if you use the 45(B) general business credit?
: That engineer is a credit to the team.
*: I published, because I was told I might please such as it was a credit to please.
: To repair your star cruiser will cost 100,000 credits.
: Would you like to play? I put in a dollar and Ive got two credits left.
: If you do not come to class, you will not get credit for the class, regardless of how well you do on the final.
: Dude, I just need 3 more credits to graduate – I can take socio-linguistics of Swahili if I want.
: The jury acquitted the prisoner of the charge.
*: His poverty, can you acquit him of that?
*: If he [Bacon] was convicted, it was because it was impossible to acquit him without offering the grossest outrage to justice and common sense.
*: Till life to death acquit my forced offence.
*: ‘Aquyte him wel, for goddes love,’ quod he;
*: Midst foes (as champion of the faith) he ment / That palme or cypress should his painees acquite.
*: I admit it to be not so much the duty as the privilege of an American citizen to acquit this obligation to the memory of his fathers with discretion and generosity.
*: We see young men who owe us a new world, so readily and lavishly they promise, but they never acquit the debt; they die young and dodge the account: or if they live, they lose themselves in the crowd.
*: Pray God he may acquit him of suspicion!
: The soldier acquitted himself well in battle.
: The orator acquitted himself very poorly.
*: Van Gaal responded by replacing Adnan Januzaj with Carrick and, in fairness, the emergency centre-half did exceedingly well given that he has not played since May. McNair also acquitted himself well after Rojo was injured sliding into a challenge with Martín Demichelis
*: Though this was one of the first mercantile transactions of my life, yet I had no doubt about acquitting myself with reputation.
*: Till I have acquit your captive Knight.
*: I am glad I am so acquit of this tinder box.
: The company will reimburse you for your expenses for the business trip.
: It is hard work, but they will compensate you well for it.
: His loud voice cannot compensate for a lack of personality.
: To compensate me for his tree landing on my shed, my neighbor paved my driveway.
*: The length of the night and the dews thereof do compensate the heat of the day.
*: The pleasures of life do not compensate the miseries.
: I dont like driving that old car because it always steers a little to the left so Im forever compensating for that when I drive it. Trust me, it gets annoying real fast.
: To compensate for his broken leg, Gary uses crutches.
: ux|en|He can make up the time next week.
: ux|en|I plan to make up for my failed midterm.
: ux|en|Cuba took limited free market-oriented measures to alleviate severe shortages of food, consumer goods, and services to make up for the ending of Soviet subsidies.
: ux|en|He was a great storyteller and could make up a story on the spot.
: ux|en|I can make up a batch of stew in a few minutes, but it will take a few hours to cook.
: ux|en|Lets leave as soon I make up my face.
: ux|en|They fight a lot, but they always manage to make up.
*: The Treasurer obliged himself to expiate the injury.
*: Thus those pious souls who expiate the remainder of their sins amidst such tortures will receive a special and opportune consolation, ...
*: I am going out to expiate a great wrong, Paul. A very necessary feature of the expiation is the marksmanship of my opponent.
*: He had only to live and expiate in solitude the crimes which he had committed.
*: ... and Epimenides was brought from Crete to expiate the city.
*: Neither let there be found among you any one that shall expiate his son or daughter, making them to pass through the fire.