remuneration

[ ri-myoo-nuh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF remuneration

Synonyms for remuneration

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With regard to remuneration for my trouble, I might make my own terms in reason.

The clergy among these plain sects receive no remuneration for their preaching.

There is hard work, and plenty of it, and the remuneration is not of the best.

No; because, I repeat it, the principle of a remuneration is in the loan.

Nearly any one can get a story into print if they want no remuneration.

In some cases refreshments were also supplied, and remuneration refused.

Under the circumstances he might have waived all remuneration.

His remuneration as dramatist between 1599 and 1611 was also by no means contemptible.

There is hard work and plenty of it, and the remuneration is not of the best.

As to receiving any remuneration, they would not hear of it.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400, from Middle French remuneration and directly from Latin remunerationem (nominative remuneratio) "a repaying, recompense," noun of action from past participle stem of remunerari "to pay, reward," from re- "back" (see re-) + munerari "to give," from munus (genitive muneris) "gift, office, duty" (see municipal).

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acquisition

nounsomething obtained, received
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