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    how to use the word reimburse

    I have enclosed a receipt for $20 with respect to my train ticket (2 ways). Could you please send me a cheque to reimburse me.

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    Re: how to use the word reimburse

    You have used reimburse correctly, but I will edit some other parts of your sentences:

    I have enclosed a receipt for my return train ticket, which cost $20. Could you please send a cheque to reimburse me?

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