- receiving or involving good remuneration
Translations for 'well-paid'
- British English: well-paid If you say that a person or their job is well-paid, you mean that they receive a lot of money for the work that they do.ˈwɛlˈpeɪd ADJECTIVE
- Arabic: حَسْنُ الدَخْل
- Brazilian Portuguese: bem pago paga
- Chinese: 工资高的
- Croatian: dobro plaćen dobro plaćena
- Czech: dobře placený
- Danish: velbetalt
- Dutch: goedbetaald
- European Spanish: bien pagado bien pagada
- Finnish: hyväpalkkainen
- French: bien payé
- German: gut bezahlt
- Greek: καλοπληρωμένος καλοπληρωμένη
- Italian: ben pagato ben pagata
- Japanese: いい給料を取っている
- Korean: 보수가 좋은
- Norwegian: godt betalt
- Polish: dobrze płatny dobrze płatna
- Portuguese: bem pago paga
- Romanian: bine plătit bine plătit, bine plătită, bine plătiți, bine plătite
- Russian: хорошо оплачиваемый хорошо оплачиваемая
- Spanish: bien pagado bien pagada
- Swedish: välbetald välbetalt
- Thai: ซึ่งให้เงินเดือนสูง
- Turkish: yüksek maaşlı
- Ukrainian: добре оплачуваний
- Vietnamese: được trả lương cao
Example Sentences Including 'well-paid'
"This is about public service... MPPs are already well-paid.
Ottawa Sun (2003)
He did not mind it very much in summer when he could get enough well-paid outside work to cover the mortgage and the food bills.
I'm 32 with a well-paid job that entails staying in hotels most of the week.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
John, a well-paid lawyer, says he isn't interested in doing'adult stuff '.
More generally, language proficiency, requiring many years ' committed study, is not a fast-track to a well-paid career.
The Australian (2004)
Nevertheless, in the context of Lequerica's well-paid Spanish lobby, they worked.
The problem is what has been spent has largely been wasted, particularly on some players who are too old and too well-paid.
Sun, News of the World (1999)
What stops you taking a nice well-paid directorship in the City?
A Song at Twilight
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