Predicate: reimburse

Roleset id: reimburse.01 , pay back, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

reimburse.01: REIMBURSE-V NOTES: Note that args 1/3 are reversed from what they were in 'pay'. This is tenuous because the trace doesn't need to be linked to themoney; it could be a targetless agent trace. In general it seems likearg1 and args2/3 are mutually exclusive, depending on thegrammaticality of the following: (from reimburse.01-v)

Aliases:

AliasFrameNetVerbNet
reimburse (v.)

Roles:

        Arg0-PAG: payer (vnrole: 13.2-2-1-agent)
        Arg1-PPT: amount of cash (vnrole: 13.2-2-1-theme)
        Arg2-GOL: paid to (vnrole: 13.2-2-1-recipient)
        Arg3-PRP: in-exchange-for

Example: payment

        ...and $2.8 million in overhead costs that *trace*-1 won't be reimbursed *trace*-1.

        Argm-mod: wo
        Argm-neg: n't
        Rel: reimbursed
        Arg1: *trace*
        Argm-rcl: that -> overhead costs

Example: payee and in-exchange-for

        Gulf Power had set up an elaborate payment system through which it reimbursed outside vendors -- primarily three Florida advertising agencies -- for making illegal political contributions on its behalf.

        Arg0: it
        Rel: reimbursed
        Arg2: outside vendors -- primarily three Florida advertising agencies --
        Arg3: for making illegal political contributions on its behalf

Example: tenuous example with args 1-2-3

        Douglas R. Pappas of Myerson& Kuhn says [about $5.3 million of the award]-1 goes directly to the USFL *trace*-1 to reimburse it for fees already paid.

        Arg1: *trace*
        Rel: reimburse
        Arg2: it
        Arg3: for fees already paid

Example: all args?

        Mary reimbursed John $.25 for dinner.

        Arg0: Mary
        Rel: reimbursed
        Arg2: John
        Arg1: $.25
        Arg3: for dinner