rewarding


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re·ward·ing

 (rĭ-wôr′dĭng)
adj.
1. Providing satisfaction or gratification: a very rewarding career as a paramedic.
2. Affording profit; remunerative: a rewarding business venture.

re·ward′ing·ly adv.

rewarding

(rɪˈwɔːdɪŋ)
adj
giving personal satisfaction; gratifying: caring for the elderly is rewarding.

re•ward•ing

(rɪˈwɔr dɪŋ)

adj.
1. affording satisfaction or valuable experience; gratifying; worthwhile.
2. affording material gain; profitable.
[1690–1700]
re•ward′ing•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rewarding - providing personal satisfaction; "a rewarding career as a paramedic"
pleasing - giving pleasure and satisfaction; "a pleasing piece of news"; "pleasing in manner and appearance"
profitable - yielding material gain or profit; "profitable speculation on the stock market"
unrewarding - not rewarding; not providing personal satisfaction

rewarding

rewarding

adjective
Translations
مُجْزٍمُجْزٍ، مُمْتِع، مُرْضٍ
uspokojivýužitečný
tilfredsstillendeudbytterig
palkitseva
vrijedan
gefandi
報いのある
보람이 있는
givande
ซึ่งให้รางวัล
doyurucutatmin edicitatminkâr
thỏa mãn

rewarding

[rɪˈwɔːdɪŋ] ADJgratificante

rewarding

[rɪˈwɔːrdɪŋ] adj [job, experience] → gratifiant(e)
a rewarding job → un travail gratifiant
financially rewarding → financièrement intéressant(e)

rewarding

adj (financially) → lohnend, einträglich; (mentally, morally) experiencelohnend; task, workdankbar; relationshipbereichernd; this is a very rewarding book/filmes lohnt sich wirklich, dieses Buch zu lesen/diesen Film zu sehen; bringing up a child is rewardingein Kind großzuziehen ist eine dankbare or lohnende Aufgabe

rewarding

[rɪˈwɔːdɪŋ] adj (activity) → di grande soddisfazione, gratificante; (book) → che vale la pena di leggere
financially rewarding → conveniente dal punto di vista economico

reward

(rəˈwoːd) noun
1. something given in return for or got from work done, good behaviour etc. He was given a gold watch as a reward for his services to the firm; Apart from the salary, teaching children has its own particular rewards.
2. a sum of money offered for finding a criminal, lost or stolen property etc. A reward of $100 has been offered to the person who finds the diamond brooch.
verb
to give a reward to someone for something. He was rewarded for his services; His services were rewarded.
reˈwarding adjective
(negative unrewarding) giving pleasure, satisfaction etc. a rewarding job.

rewarding

مُجْزٍ uspokojivý udbytterig bereichernd που δικαιώνει τους κόπους gratificante palkitseva gratifiant vrijedan gratificante 報いのある 보람이 있는 de moeite waard tilfredsstillende nagradzający gratificante полезный givande ซึ่งให้รางวัล tatmin edici thỏa mãn 有回报的
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She expressed her gratification by repairing forthwith to the region of the gasoline stove and rewarding her guest with the promised cup of coffee.
I did as she bade me - rewarding myself afterwards for my obedience - and she charmed me out of my graver character for I don't know how long.
a most noble Lord, who thus takes upon himself the task of rewarding his faithful followers
These unhappy people were proposing schemes for persuading monarchs to choose favourites upon the score of their wisdom, capacity, and virtue; of teaching ministers to consult the public good; of rewarding merit, great abilities, eminent services; of instructing princes to know their true interest, by placing it on the same foundation with that of their people; of choosing for employments persons qualified to exercise them, with many other wild, impossible chimeras, that never entered before into the heart of man to conceive; and confirmed in me the old observation, "that there is nothing so extravagant and irrational, which some philosophers have not maintained for truth.
Phileas Fogg, after paying the stipulated price of his passage to John Busby, and rewarding that worthy with the additional sum of five hundred and fifty pounds, ascended the steamer with Aouda and Fix; and they started at once for Nagasaki and Yokohama.
I see that I have made a trifling mistake, as you say; but by way of rewarding your honesty I give you another double Napoleon, that you may drink to my health, and be able to ask your messmates to join you.
Again, it much assists a prince to set unusual examples in internal affairs, similar to those which are related of Messer Bernabo da Milano, who, when he had the opportunity, by any one in civil life doing some extraordinary thing, either good or bad, would take some method of rewarding or punishing him, which would be much spoken about.
It is needless to say that this conversation was of absorbing interest to both; so much so, indeed, that Betts momentarily forgot his love, and by the time it had ended, Adrienne was disposed to overlook most of her over scrupulous objections to rewarding that very passion.