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perk

noun [C] uk   /pɜːk/  us   /pɝːk/
informal an advantage or extra thing, such as money or goods, that you are given because of your job: A company car and a mobile phone are some of the perks that come with the job. an advantage: Having such easy access to some of the best cinema and theatre is one of the perks of living in Sydney.

perk

verb [I or T] uk   /pɜːk/  us   /pɝːk/ informal
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