- vt. 赔偿；酬谢
- vi. 赔偿
- n. 赔偿；报酬
- recompense (n.)
- early 15c., from Middle French recompense (13c.), related to recompenser "make good, recompense" from Late Latin recompensare (see recompense (v.)).
- recompense (v.)
- c. 1400, "to redress," from Middle French recompenser (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin recompensare "to reward, remunerate," from Latin re- "again" (see re-) + compensare "balance out," literally "weigh together" (see compensate). From early 15c. as "to compensate." Related: Recompensed; recompensing.
- 1. He demands no financial recompense for his troubles.
- 2. There must be adequate recompense for workers who lose their jobs.
- 3. He was given ￡1 000 in recompense for his loss.
- 4. They gave him money in recompense for his trouble.
- 5. They received ￡1000 in recompense.
[ recompense 造句 ]