Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of gratuity.

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Examples

  • Uncertainty over the fate of their gratuities was the main reason for many resignations of skilled people in the public sector, he told a media briefing.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Uncertainty over the fate of their gratuities was the main reason for many resignations of skilled people in the public sector, he told a media briefing.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We all understand that certain employees need tips to survive financially, including waiters and waitresses who get paid less with the idea gratuities will more than make up the difference.

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  • Those expenses that typically fall below the $25 receipt threshold, such as gratuities, short taxi rides, parking charges, tolls and the purchases of newspapers and magazines, should be within reasonable limits.

    New Guidelines for Times Expenses

  • Those expenses that typically fall below the $25 receipt threshold, such as gratuities, short taxi rides, parking charges, tolls and the purchases of newspapers and magazines, should be within reasonable limits.

    New Guidelines for Times Expenses

  • All cash payments, except those specifically excluded in the remuneration, such as gratuities and other discretionary payments and employer contributions to benefit funds, are also included in remuneration.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He said the provincial authorities, upon becoming aware of the situation, decided to withhold certain payments such as gratuities, pending an agreement whereby the government would not be financially disadvantaged.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The document from the KPK listed the alleged bribes as "gratuities" from businesswoman Nunun Nurbaeti, a friend of Miranda's.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • Those expenses that typically fall below the $25 receipt threshold, such as gratuities, short taxi rides, parking charges, tolls and the purchases of newspapers and magazines, should be within reasonable limits.

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  • The document also said that Rothstein paid "gratuities" to unidentified police officials "to deflect law enforcement scrutiny" of his activities.

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