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Translation of "incentive" - English-Spanish dictionary

incentive

noun   /ɪnˈsen·tɪv/
something that encourages you to act in a particular way incentivo People had little incentive to save. The government should provide incentives for young people to stay on at school.
(Definition of incentive from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

incentive

noun /inˈsentiv/
something that encourages etc incentivo Hope of promotion was an incentive to hard work.
(Definition of incentive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “incentive”
in Korean 인센티브…
in Arabic حافِز…
in Malaysian galakan…
in French encouragement…
in Russian стимул…
in Chinese (Traditional) 激勵, 刺激, 鼓勵…
in Italian incentivo…
in Turkish teşvik, özendirme…
in Polish zachęta, bodziec…
in Vietnamese sự khuyến khích…
in Portuguese incentivo…
in Thai แรงจูงใจ…
in German der Anreiz…
in Catalan incentiu…
in Japanese (行動を促す)刺激…
in Chinese (Simplified) 激励, 刺激, 鼓励…
in Indonesian perangsang…
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