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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of remunerate.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective receiving or eligible for compensation

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Their contracts paid them on a nine-to-five basis, with on-call remunerated at the ADH rate.

    Boiling a frog

  • Their contracts paid them on a nine-to-five basis, with on-call remunerated at the ADH rate.

    Boiling a Frog

  • Their contracts paid them on a nine-to-five basis, with on-call remunerated at the ADH rate.

    Boiling a Frog

  • She lists the directorship as 'remunerated' in the Register of Lords Interests, although it was last night unclear how much she is paid.

    More New Labour sleaze: Baroness Valerie Amos.

  • This was in the simple day when travel-letters from Europe were still printed and read in the newspapers, and even "remunerated" by editors.

    On the Stairs

  • She lists the directorship as 'remunerated' in the Register of Lords Interests, although it was last night unclear how much she is paid.

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  • Even today, native speakers of English hear in the word job a range of occupational senses from the lowly and hourly to the permanent and fabulously remunerated.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Even today, native speakers of English hear in the word job a range of occupational senses from the lowly and hourly to the permanent and fabulously remunerated.

    The English Is Coming!

  • In 1841 Thomas Babington Macaulay observed that it is good that authors should be remunerated; and the least exceptionable way of remunerating them is by a monopoly.

    2009 December 08 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • In short, as I accepted the rising of the sun, I accepted that up above me was all that was fine and noble and gracious, all that gave decency and dignity to life, all that made life worth living and that remunerated one for his travail and misery.

    What Life Means to Me

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