To obtain at a cost, as of suffering or sacrifice
To have (the use or control of something) restored; get back:
Reclaim is to take back something, or to find another purpose for waste or unusable material, or to rescue someone from a state of immorality.
To restore is defined as to bring or put back to a former condition or to give back.
To rescue or save:
(Intransitive, law) To obtain a judgement; to succeed in a lawsuit.
To pay (a debt).
To clear the record of the loan of (a returned library book).
To express in words; declare or utter:
(Archaic) To arrive at; reach or achieve
To find any difference that may exist between the debit and credit sides of (an account); also, to equalize the debit and credit sides of (an account)
To make a return or compensation for:
To obtain the release of (a captive or property) by paying the demanded price
The recovery of goods pursuant to a writ of replevin; to get delivery of goods that had been kept from the rightful owner; to recover chattels as a result of replevin.
(Intransitive) Return to where one came from.
To give back possession to.
(Obsolete) To reconcile or harmonize.
To compensate is to pay someone for services performed, to repay someone for some wrong or that something positive exists to make up for something negative.
To exchange (a currency) for an equivalent amount of another currency or precious metal
To turn in for replacement:
Free means to release or let go.
To do, perform, or obey (a task or order, for example); carry out.
To set free from confinement or bondage:
(Theol.) To deliver from sin and its penalties
To disregard is defined as to ignore or treat with a lack of respect.
To disregard deliberately; pay no attention to; refuse to consider
To lose or give up (something) on account of an offense, error, or failure to fulfill an agreement:
To leave, as in danger or out of necessity; forsake; desert
Lose is defined as to wind up without something or to fail in a competition.
To oppose with an equal weight; counterbalance.
To make ineffective; destroy or counteract the effectiveness, force, disposition, etc. of
To counterbalance, counteract, or compensate for:
Outweigh is to be heavier than, or to be more important or more valuable.
(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
To take the place of another:
To put into a new and improved form or condition; to restore to a former good state, or bring from bad to good; to change from worse to better; to amend; to correct.
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