American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act of remunerating.
- n. Something, such as a payment, that remunerates.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of remunerating, or paying for services, loss, or sacrifices.
- n. What is given to remunerate; the equivalent given for services, loss, or sufferings.
- n. Synonyms Repayment, indemnification.
- n. Reward, recompense, compensation, payment. See indemnify.
- n. Something given in exchange for goods or services rendered.
- n. A payment for work done; wages, salary, emolument.
- n. A recompense for a loss; compensation.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of remunerating.
- n. That which is given to remunerate; an equivalent given, as for services, loss, or sufferings.
- n. something that remunerates
- n. the act of paying for goods or services or to recompense for losses
- From Latin remuneratio. (Wiktionary)
“August 7 then appears and blocks their way, saying that his remuneration is to talk about the secrets behind magic tricks (sounds like a lame and easy payment), but he says its torture for a magician like him to do that but he can use real magic in return.”
“Former Chief Executive Tony Hayward , former head of Exploration and Production Andy Inglis and current Chief Executive Robert Dudley will receive no cash bonus for 2010 and no shares under the long-term remuneration plan running from 2008 to 2010, BP said in its annual report to shareholders.”
“On top of this, and to trigger his long-term remuneration and pension, the new CEO starts off with £4.46 million worth of shares, 420% of his salary, for 2011.”
“From 2012, a "reference salary" of £1.2 million will be used to calculate his long-term remuneration and pension.”
“It was the inevitable result of a system that put short-term remuneration before the real long-term capital needs of the banks.”
“My deadly that I'd do if there was no remuneration is lust.”
“Associated Press The bank announced in a statement that "to return to a more serene debate on the long-term remuneration of executives, top management has pledged not to exercise those stock option rights while SocGen receives help from the state.”
“As his expenses mounted, Pont changed his request for remuneration from a single award to an annuity in honor of his discoveries.”
“It does, however, insist that the contribution to the creative effort, whether intellectual or remuneration, is recognised in the form of two, unique, persistent, identifiers that record every transaction in the contributions chain.”
“Perhaps that remuneration is not excessive when election expenses are considered.”
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