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stipendnoun [C]

us   /ˈstɑɪ·pend, -pənd/
a fixed, regular income that is usually not based on an amount of work done: As a student advisor, she gets a monthly stipend from the college.
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stipendnoun [C]

uk   /ˈstaɪpend/ us   FINANCE
an amount of money that is paid regularly to someone, especially for work or training that is usually unpaid: An $80-a-month stipend covers each volunteer's personal expenses. In addition to their regular salaries, the coaches receive a stipend of up to $6,000 a year. an annual/monthly stipend
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Translations of “stipend”
in Chinese (Simplified) 薪俸,薪金, (英国的)牧师俸给…
in Chinese (Traditional) 薪俸,薪金, (英國的)牧師薪俸…
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