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Translation of "earn" - English-Spanish dictionary

earn

verb   /ɜːn/
A2 to get money for doing work ganar She earns about £40,000 a year.
earn a/your living
to work to get money for the things you need ganarse la vida
to get something good that you deserve ganar(se) As a teacher you have to earn the respect of your students.
(Definition of earn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

earn

verb /əːn/
to gain (money, wages, one’s living) by working ganar He earns $200 a week He earns his living by cleaning shoes You can afford a car now that you’re earning.
to deserve merecer I’ve earned a rest.
earnings noun plural
money etc earned ingresos, ganancias His earnings are not sufficient to support his family.
(Definition of earn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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