- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reimburse.
““The solution to all this is to have reviewers buy the wines off the shelf and get reimbursed from the winery.” —”
“The solution to all this is to have reviewers buy the wines off the shelf and get reimbursed from the winery.”
“Insurance is really a noble concept: people in a community each put money into a pot, and if someone suffers misfortune they are reimbursed from the pot.”
“And when you get home you get to try to get reimbursed from the credit card co. who will have a police report that you will supply to them, now comes the fun part, if the report says you were not on pavement your SOOL*, if you leave the area (GPS equipped) in the fine print your SOOL* ...”
“The complaint here is that hospitals have overloaded on expensive equipment and are using it on everybody who walks through the door to get reimbursed from the government-run insurance.”
“For some time now, health policy makers around the world and the analysts who advise them have been exploring reforms of the methods by which the providers of health care are paid or, as the latter prefer to call it, are "reimbursed" - an unfortunate, mind-altering expression on which I have already commented in an earlier post.”
“They do not get "reimbursed" in the sense that a payment they have made is paid back to them, like in an expense account.”
“Many of the claims did not include the name of the company paid or the item bought, just that the MP had paid a bill for "running costs" and been "reimbursed".”
“If you are an owner of the Fed, being "reimbursed" then from monies being lent by the Fed, isn't this the definition of "money laundering?”
“If WaMu issued more stocks, TPG would have to be 'reimbursed' for the amount their holdings were 'diluted'.”
Looking for tweets for reimbursed.