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salary

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈsæl.ər.i/  us   /-ɚ-/
B1 a fixed amount of money agreed every year as pay for an employee, usually paid directly into his or her bank account every month: an annual salary of £40,000 His net monthly salary is €2,500. She's on quite a good/decent salary in her present job. He took a drop in (= accepted a lower) salary when he changed jobs. a ten percent salary increase
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in Arabic مُرَتَّب…
in Korean 봉급…
in Malaysian gaji…
in French salaire…
in Turkish maaş, aylık, ücret…
in Italian stipendio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 薪資,薪水…
in Russian оклад, заработная плата…
in Polish pensja…
in Vietnamese tiền lương…
in Spanish salario…
in Portuguese salário…
in Thai เงินเดือน…
in German das Gehalt…
in Catalan sou…
in Japanese 給料, 給与, 月給…
in Indonesian gaji…
in Chinese (Simplified) 薪金,薪水…
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