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Meaning of requite

re•quite

Pronunciation: (ri-kwīt'), [key]
— -quit•ed, -quit•ing.
  1. to make repayment or return for (service, benefits, etc.).
  2. to make retaliation for (a wrong, injury, etc.); avenge.
  3. to make return to (a person, group, etc.) for service, benefits, etc.
  4. to retaliate on (a person, group, etc.) for a wrong, injury, etc.
  5. to give or do in return.
Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.
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