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honorarium

noun [C] uk   /ˌɒn.əˈreə.ri.əm/ us    /ˌɑː.nəˈrer.i-/ ( plural honorariums or honoraria ) formal
a usually small amount of money paid to someone for a service for which no official charge is made: We usually offer our visiting lecturers an honorarium of £500.
Translations of “honorarium”
in Chinese (Traditional) 酬金, 謝禮…
in Chinese (Simplified) 酬金, 谢礼…
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