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recoup

To sell an asset at a price sufficient to recover the original outlay or to offset a previous loss.
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"The Department for Culture, Media and Sport should provide the Heritage Lottery Fund with a frank assessment of when and by how much its income will fall, and its goals and expectations for recouping money from the sale of land."
The more company profits are squeezed, the more successful corporations focus on recouping asset investments.
dollar traded in the lower 114 yen range Monday in New York, recouping some of its strength in late trading on the back of a downturn in crude oil prices.
In a flat market investors will have a hard time recouping fees and expenses to make a profit.
Galvin, chairman and chief executive officer of Motorola, said, "We are extremely pleased with the Court's strong ruling and we look forward to recouping the billions of dollars that were diverted by the Uzans and returning it to the rightful owners--Motorola's shareholders.
But even if it takes until a global economic upturn for a deal to materialise, the WDA is confident of recouping its pounds 37m funding for the semiconductor plant.
He also agreed that Stringer's two-prong approach to recouping back taxes is a good idea since property taxes account for $9 billion of the city's annual revenues.