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danger money

noun [U] uk   us   UK (US hazard pay, hazardous-duty pay)
extra money that is paid to someone because their job is dangerous
Translations of “danger money”
in Chinese (Traditional) (從事危險工作的)安全津貼,高危工作津貼…
in Chinese (Simplified) (从事危险工作的)安全津贴,高危工作津贴…
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