- v. Simple past tense and past participle of refund.
“Another way to get refunded is to have your credit card/bank card issuer to contact walmart. com and verify that the order is technically "lost in transit".”
“This preferment costs, at present, about eighty thousand francs, which the person chosen contrives to get refunded from the Greeks.”
“How the squabble ended no man knows; the conjecture that he 'refunded' the money -- _i. e._, gave it to those it did not belong to -- is unsupported.”
“We're seeing a great deal of experimentation, such as refunded annual fees with protracted use or lower rates for those who consistently pay on time," said Nessa Feddis, vice president and senior counsel at the American Bankers Association.”
“The fund was actually being held by VISA, who claimed that my card was dormant and it's unnatural to have funds being "refunded" (The withdrawn funds are treated as refunds), when there's no activity or transactions being carried out on the card.”
“The Earned Income Tax Credit is an example, in that it is "refunded" only to those who have earned so little that they haven't paid any income taxes.”
“Commissioners learned about the resolution and how bonds are refinanced or "refunded" during their Monday nonvoting informational meeting.”
“NO 'refunded' installs on uninstall, confirmed on forums by dev. wow ... a game i WONT be buying NovaBlack: If you thought spore was bad, have you heard the confirmed Red Alert 3 DRM?”
“If you ignore the slow start to the day when Alex's ticket was apparently "refunded".”
“Mark O'Neil set up bank accounts using different names and "refunded" himself almost £8,000 from the Connaught Hotel on Tettenhall Road.”
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