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Spanish translation of “reward”

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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.
Translations of “reward”
in Korean 보상, 대가, 보상금…
in Arabic جَزاء, مُكافَأة…
in French récompense…
in Italian ricompensa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 報答, 報償, 酬謝…
in Russian награда, вознаграждение…
in Turkish ödül, armağan, karşılık…
in Polish nagroda, satysfakcja…
in Portuguese recompensa…
in German die Belohnung…
in Catalan recompensa…
in Japanese ほうび, 報酬, 報奨金…
in Chinese (Simplified) 报答, 报偿, 酬谢…
(Definition of reward from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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