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(Psychology) The act of consciously or unconsciously changing one's behavior to offset a real or imagined deficiency, as in personality or physical ability.
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  1. (Psychology) The act of consciously or unconsciously changing one's behavior to offset a real or imagined deficiency, as in personality or physical ability.
  2. Something, such as money, given or received as payment or reparation, as for a service or loss.
  3. Payment for services; esp., wages or remuneration
A making good for loss, damages, or injury, by indemnifying the damaged party; return or restoring something to its lawful owner. Useful in both torts and contract law, restitution is sometimes used in criminal law as a condition of probation. A making good for loss, damages, or injury, by indemnifying the damaged party; return or restoring something to its lawful owner. Useful in both torts and contract law, restitution is sometimes used in criminal law as a condition of probation.
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  1. A making good for loss, damages, or injury, by indemnifying the damaged party; return or restoring something to its lawful owner. Useful in both torts and contract law, restitution is sometimes used in criminal law as a condition of probation. A making good for loss, damages, or injury, by indemnifying the damaged party; return or restoring something to its lawful owner. Useful in both torts and contract law, restitution is sometimes used in criminal law as a condition of probation.
  2. That which is offered or given in return for what has been lost, injured, or destroyed; compensation.
  3. (Law) A process of compensation for losses.
Something given or done to make up for a loss, injury, etc.; compensation
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  1. Something given or done to make up for a loss, injury, etc.; compensation
  2. Amends made, as for damage or loss.
  3. Payment in return for something, such as a service.
(Law) Abbreviation of amendments.
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  1. (Law) Abbreviation of amendments.
  2. Recompense for grievance or injury:
  3. Compensation for a loss or injury; recompense; reparation.
Payment for work done.
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  1. Payment for work done.
  2. Payment for services; esp., wages or remuneration
  3. Something, such as money, given or received as payment or reparation, as for a service or loss.
Something that indemnifies; a compensation for loss.
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  1. Something that indemnifies; a compensation for loss.
  2. The act of indemnifying.
  3. The act or process of indemnifying, preserving, or securing against loss, damage, or penalty.
The act of making good another’s financial loss or liability, resulting from the occurrence of a particular event or contingency.
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  1. The act of making good another’s financial loss or liability, resulting from the occurrence of a particular event or contingency.
  2. An exemption from liability for damages resulting from specified conduct, as in a contract indemnifying a party for the performance of certain actions.
  3. Legal exemption from penalties or liabilities incurred by one's actions
Something that balances something else; for example, “The offset for the amount she spent was the house’s improved appearance.”
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  1. Something that balances something else; for example, “The offset for the amount she spent was the house’s improved appearance.”
  2. A short distance measured perpendicularly from the main line in surveying, used to help in calculating the area of an irregular plot.
  3. To pay for or compensate for; to calculate against: “The debtor is entitled to an offset against the amount due to the contractor for the amounts that are alleged to be prop­erly deducted for poor workmanship.”
A discharge from a debt or obligation; a document that shows this discharge
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  1. A discharge from a debt or obligation; a document that shows this discharge
  2. Payment of a debt or obligation.
  3. Recompense; repayment; reprisal
Something given or done to make up for a loss, injury, etc.; compensation
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  1. Something given or done to make up for a loss, injury, etc.; compensation
  2. Amends made, as for damage or loss.
  3. Payment in return for something, such as a service.
Satisfaction for wrong or injury; reparation.
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  1. Satisfaction for wrong or injury; reparation.
  2. A compensation or satisfaction, as for a wrong done
  3. Relief, restitution, or damages.; a way of seeking remedy once the statute of limitations has expired. See also relief, remedy, recovery, and restitution. Relief, restitution, or damages.; a way of seeking remedy once the statute of limitations has expired. See also relief, remedy, recovery, and restitution.
The act of remunerating.
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  1. The act of remunerating.
  2. Something, such as a payment, that remunerates.
  3. That which remunerates; reward; pay; recompense; compensation
Compensation or remuneration, as for damage or economic loss, required from a nation defeated in war.
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  1. Compensation or remuneration, as for damage or economic loss, required from a nation defeated in war.
  2. The act or process of making amends for a wrong.
  3. Compensation by a nation defeated in a war for economic losses suffered by the victor or for crimes committed against individuals, payable in money, labor, goods, etc.
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  1. The act of repaying
  2. The money or other resource that is repaid
  1. Retaliation or reprisal; vengeance.
  2. Something given or done in return; repayment, reward, retaliation, or compensation
  3. Return, as for an injury or friendly act.
A return to a former condition or situation
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  1. A return to a former condition or situation
  2. That which is offered or given in return for what has been lost, injured, or destroyed; compensation.
  3. A making good for loss, damages, or injury, by indemnifying the damaged party; return or restoring something to its lawful owner. Useful in both torts and contract law, restitution is sometimes used in criminal law as a condition of probation. A making good for loss, damages, or injury, by indemnifying the damaged party; return or restoring something to its lawful owner. Useful in both torts and contract law, restitution is sometimes used in criminal law as a condition of probation.
Settlement of debt; discharge of obligation
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  1. Settlement of debt; discharge of obligation
  2. A giving of something in order to release oneself from, or to satisfy, some outstanding obligation, be it legal or moral. Satisfaction requires the giving of one thing for another and should be distinguished from performance, which requires only the promising to give something. Also, payment in full, done to fulfill a contractual obligation or debt. A giving of something in order to release oneself from, or to satisfy, some outstanding obligation, be it legal or moral. Satisfaction requires the giving of one thing for another and should be distinguished from performance, which requires only the promising to give something. Also, payment in full, done to fulfill a contractual obligation or debt.
  3. Assurance beyond doubt or question; complete conviction:
(Finance) The situation where a bank or similar organisation repays itself money owed by an accountholder out of his or her account.
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  1. (Finance) The situation where a bank or similar organisation repays itself money owed by an accountholder out of his or her account.
  2. A claim for this
  3. A counterclaim against the plaintiff by the defendant arising from a cause of action other than that she is being sued for; a reduction in the amount of a settlement by the amount the debtor is owed by the creditor. See also counterclaim and cross-claim. A counterclaim against the plaintiff by the defendant arising from a cause of action other than that she is being sued for; a reduction in the amount of a settlement by the amount the debtor is owed by the creditor. See also counterclaim and cross-claim.
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