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Translation of "reward" - English-Spanish dictionary

reward

noun   /rɪˈwɔːd/
B1 something good that you get because you have done something good recompensa There’ll be a reward for whoever finishes first.
B1 money given to someone for helping to find something or for helping the police recompensa The police offered a reward for any information about the robbery.
verb   /rɪˈwɔːd/
to give a reward to someone recompensar She was rewarded for her bravery.
(Definition of reward from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

reward

noun /rəˈwoːd/
something given in return for or got from work done, good behaviour/behavior etc recompensa He was given a gold watch as a reward for his services to the firm Apart from the salary, teaching children has its own particular rewards.
a sum of money offered for finding a criminal, lost or stolen property etc recompensa A reward of $100 has been offered to the person who finds the diamond brooch.
rewarding adjective
(opposite unrewarding) giving pleasure, satisfaction etc gratificante a rewarding job.
(Definition of reward from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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