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home

adverb
 
 
/həʊm/
take home ( also bring home) to earn a particular amount of money after tax has been subtracted from your pay: She takes home $3000 per month.
→  See also at-home , in-home , take-home noun
Translations of “home”
in Spanish completamente, justamente, (dar) en el blanco…
in Korean 집에…
in Arabic المنْزِل…
in Portuguese para casa, em casa…
in French à fond, au but…
in German bis ans Ziel, jemandem etwas klarmachen…
in Catalan a casa…
in Japanese 家に, うちへ…
in Italian a casa…
in Russian домой, дома…
in Turkish eve, yuvaya, evde…
in Polish do domu, w domu…
(Definition of home adverb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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