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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To pay for work done, a loss suffered; reward.

Usage examples (33)
  • It will also appoint, appraise and remunerate senior executives.
  • Stephen expected Volgin to "remunerate" him, as he said, being so accustomed to the work that he did not feel the slightest repugnance for it.
  • In order well to remunerate certain classes of workmen, peasants
  • We protested at the old man's generosity and sought to remunerate him. for more
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