Hindi translation of 'wage'
Word forms: wages, waging, waged
1. countable noun
Someone's wages are the amount of money that is regularly paid to them for the work that they do.वेतन mnतनख्वाह nfभृत्ति nf
His wages have gone up.earn/pay/raise/increase/cut wages a wage rise/increase/cut a low/high/basic/minimum wage a wage demand/earner/packet
SIMILAR WORDSsalary, pay, earnings, income
Pay is a general word which you can use to refer to the money you get from your employer for doing your job. Manual workers are paid wages, or a wage. The plural is more common than the singular, especially when you are talking about the actual cash that someone receives. Every week he handed all his wages in cash to his wife. Wages are usually paid, and quoted, as an hourly or a weekly sum. ...a starting wage of five dollars an hour. Professional people and office workers receive a salary, which is paid monthly. However, when talking about someone's salary, you usually give the annual figure. I'm paid a salary of £25,000 a year. Your income consists of all the money you receive from all sources, including your pay.
2. transitive verb
2. transitive verb
To wage a campaign or war means to start it and carry it on over a period of time.(युद्ध या अभियान) छेड़ देना
Peter waged a 17-month legal battle to fight the move.
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Example Sentences Including 'wage'
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Average hourly wages climbed by 0.4 per cent, above forecasts.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
In an era of sharply higher inflation and sluggish wages, those price increases will go down like a lead balloon.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Meanwhile there was a strike at food delivery business Deliveroo last year when it tried to move its couriers from hourly wages.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Real wages end up too high and employment too low.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Suppose that hourly wage offers for plumbers are distributed uniformly between $15 and $30.Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)
That reduces the risk of big swings in relative prices and wages.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The squeeze on real wages continues and the prospect of a sustained consumer revival remains stalled.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
This brings the insecurity of little or no income until wages or benefits are paid.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
This has enabled real average hourly wages of production workers to increase 2.2%.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Will employment and wages continue to support spending?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Your employee is wrong when he says you cannot deduct the money from his wages.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The very ease with which remote war can be waged may make it more likely.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
You can wage a campaign or opt for instant action, which is more enjoyable for the casual player.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
This was not the way to wage war.Man of Honour (2007)
But we have to pay our wages at the end of the month.The Sun (2010)
Wages may be the biggest problem when trying to keep stars.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
A number have taken to waging campaigns of harassment against individuals.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
He is denying British people the right to earn a decent wage to support their families.The Sun (2016)
He was speaking at a conference in London on waging war through advanced technology.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It could also lead to top teachers being offered big wages to work in the worst schools.The Sun (2012)
Most are daily wage workers with few assets in the villages to go back for.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Such views may promote wage or employment inequalities,' she says.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
That happens either through lower wages and higher unemployment or higher inflation.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The challenge instead is to amplify the minimum wage in smart new ways.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The deal also compels them to reach agreement with unions to cut wages in line with foreign rivals.The Sun (2008)
The vast majority of our police officers do a tremendous job and deserve decent wages.The Sun (2011)
They claim they pay the minimum wage.The Sun (2016)
Unions said members had been told there was not enough money to pay wages.The Sun (2006)
Young stars are apparently annoyed at what they see as low wages.The Sun (2015)
The average gross wage in this country is 26,000.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
What is the basis for wage and hour claims?Christianity Today (2000)
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'wage' in Other Languages
British English: wage /weɪdʒ/ NOUN
Someone's wages are the amount of money that is regularly paid to them for the work that they do.
His wages have gone up.
- American English: wage
- Arabic: أَجْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: salário
- Chinese: 工资
- Croatian: plaća
- Czech: mzda
- Danish: løn
- Dutch: arbeidsloon
- European Spanish: sueldo
- Finnish: palkka yl. päivä- tai viikkopalkka
- French: salaire
- German: Lohn Gehalt
- Greek: ημερομίσθιο
- Italian: stipendio
- Japanese: 賃金
- Korean: 임금
- Norwegian: lønnsutbetaling
- Polish: zarobek
- European Portuguese: salário
- Romanian: salariu
- Russian: зарплата
- Spanish: sueldo
- Swedish: lön
- Thai: ค่าจ้าง
- Turkish: ücret
- Ukrainian: заробітна плата
- Vietnamese: tiền lương
British English: wage VERB
If a person, group, or country wages a campaign or a war, they start it and continue it over a period of time.
...the three factions that had been waging a civil war.
Translation of wage from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary