Definitions

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  • adjective Able to be recouped

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Examples

  • Thanks to the world-famous piece of bistromathics known as the Hollywood Accounting System, it will be recoupable from the artist.

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  • And why turn a potentially recoupable investment into a financial Frankenstein's monster that would need to make $50 million to show a profit?

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  • Two hundred grand for each of the first two albums, plus one fifty each in recoupable recording costs.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • However, in order for Charlie to come away owning the studio–in order that it not remain the recoupable property of Warner Reprise Records–I had to agree to a reduced cash payment for each album he delivered.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • However, in order for Charlie to come away owning the studio–in order that it not remain the recoupable property of Warner Reprise Records–I had to agree to a reduced cash payment for each album he delivered.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • Two hundred grand for each of the first two albums, plus one fifty each in recoupable recording costs.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • However, in order for Charlie to come away owning the studio–in order that it not remain the recoupable property of Warner Reprise Records–I had to agree to a reduced cash payment for each album he delivered.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • Two hundred grand for each of the first two albums, plus one fifty each in recoupable recording costs.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • The band gets $200,000 in tour support, which is 100 percent recoupable.

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  • Two million dollars in royalties minus $2 million in recoupable expenses equals ... zero!

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