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index-linkedadjective

/ˌɪndeksˈlɪŋkt/ uk   us   UK US indexed
FINANCE an index-linked investment or payment changes by the same amount as the general level of prices, or in relation to another fixed standard: an index-linked pension index-linked bonds/gilts/securities
(Definition of index-linked from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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