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reward

noun
 
 
/rɪˈwɔːd/
GOOD WORK [C, U] B1 something good that you get or experience because you have worked hard, behaved well, etc: There'll be a reward for whoever finishes first.Prizes, rewards and medals
MONEY [C] B1 money that the police give to someone who gives them information about a crimeGifts in the form of moneyPresents and giftsRelating to detection and solving crimesPrizes, rewards and medals
Translations of “reward”
in Korean 보상, 대가, 보상금…
in Arabic جَزاء, مُكافَأة…
in French récompense…
in Turkish ödül, armağan, karşılık…
in Italian ricompensa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 報答, 報償, 酬謝…
in Russian награда, вознаграждение…
in Polish nagroda, satysfakcja…
in Spanish recompensa…
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 noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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