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gratuity

noun [C] uk   /ɡrəˈtjuː.ə.ti/ us    /-ˈtuː.ə.t̬i/
an amount of money given as a reward for a service: formal The guides sometimes receive gratuities from the tourists, which supplement their salaries. UK After he was disabled in the accident, he left the army with a one-off gratuity of £5,000.
Translations of “gratuity”
in Spanish gratificación…
in French pourboire…
in German das Trinkgeld…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小費,賞錢, 退休金,遣散費…
in Russian чаевые…
in Turkish hizmet karşılığı verilen fazla ödeme/para, ilave ödeme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小费,赏钱, 退职金,遣散费…
in Polish napiwek…
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