Definition of 'salary'
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The costs were also driven up by huge salaries and remuneration packages paid to chief executives. Times, Sunday Times (2010)How does the current salary sacrifice scheme work? Times, Sunday Times (2013)The shocked players learned the monthly salaries had not been paid hours before the game. The Sun (2015)That was not the first time she has asked difficult questions of those who pay her salary. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Salary payments can be monitored and it can be dressed up as an employee benefit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That is almost twice the annual salary of a circuit judge. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Many have not received their government salaries for months. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We are well aware of our salary cap requirements and we are working within those requirements. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He recommends highlighting your base salary and comparing it with your outgoings for one month. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Dull accountants and lawyers pull in salaries counted in millions. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Bankers argue basic salaries will rise instead and bonuses will just be called something else. The Sun (2014)You take on the investment risk that is borne by your employer in a final salary scheme. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We are not paid a regular salary. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Players are under more pressure to perform with huge salaries and sponsorship deals on the line. The Sun (2016)The flat is worth more than a thousand times his monthly salary. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Last week bmi admitted that some salary payments had been delayed as the new terms were imposed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The small increase in salary helped. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)We still pay very good salaries. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This should lead to savings from properties, rents and higher salaries in the capital. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Now she has more than tripled that salary working just four or five hours a day, four days a week. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'salary'
British English: salary /ˈsælərɪ/ NOUN
Your salary is the money that you are paid each month by your employer.
The lawyer was paid a huge salary.
- American English: salary
- Arabic: راتِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: salário
- Chinese: 工资
- Croatian: plaća
- Czech: plat
- Danish: løn
- Dutch: salaris
- European Spanish: salario
- Finnish: palkka yl.kuukausipalkka
- French: salaire
- German: Gehalt Geld
- Greek: μισθός
- Italian: stipendio
- Japanese: 給料
- Korean: 월급
- Norwegian: lønn betaling
- Polish: pensja
- European Portuguese: salário
- Romanian: salariu
- Russian: зарплата
- Spanish: salario
- Swedish: lön
- Thai: เงินเดือน
- Turkish: maaş
- Ukrainian: заробітна плата
- Vietnamese: lương
Definition of salary from the Collins English Dictionary
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