Refund - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈriːfʌnd|  American pronunciation of the word refund
Brit.  |ˈriːfʌnd|  British pronunciation of the word refund

noun

- money returned to a payer
- the act of returning money received previously (syn: repayment)

verb

- pay back(syn: repay, return)

Examples

No refunds or exchanges are allowed.

They refused to give me a refund.

Return your purchase within 14 days for a full refund.

You should go down there and demand a refund.

I took the radio back, and they refunded my money.

Please refund me my money

Any person who wants a refund must have a receipt.

The customer demanded a refund.

At your request, I am enclosing a full refund of your payment.

...the farcical routine that a person has to go through to get a refund from that company...

We received an apologetic letter and a full refund from the company.

The court determined that the taxpayer was not entitled to a refund.

It was the height of absurdity to insist on a refund.

I'm not authorized to give you a refund - I'll have to check first.

Customers may ask for a refund if the goods are faulty.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: refund
he/she/it: refunds
present participle: refunding
past tense: refunded
past participle: refunded
noun
singular: refund
plural: refunds
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