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requite (verb), requites; requited; requiting
1. To return in kind, or to pay back, for a kindness or for a harm that someone has done: Mark is planning to requite the paper boy with a bonus for his reliable delivery for over a year without ever missing even one day.
2. To pay a person back for a service performed: Sharon and Mike requited the waiter with no tip for his poor service.
To repay as an injury or as a benefit or to reward for good or bad.
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To do something in return, for a kindness, a service, or for some kind of harm that another person has done. (1)