remunerative


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re·mu·ner·a·tive

 (rĭ-myo͞o′nər-ə-tĭv, -nə-rā′tĭv)
adj.
1. Yielding suitable recompense; profitable.
2. Serving to remunerate.

re·mu′ner·a·tive·ly adv.
re·mu′ner·a·tive·ness n.
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remunerative

(rɪˈmjuːnərətɪv)
adj
earning money or rewards; paying
reˈmuneratively adv
reˈmunerativeness n
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re•mu•ner•a•tive

(rɪˈmyu nər ə tɪv, -nəˌreɪ tɪv)

also re•mu′ner•a•to`ry,



adj.
1. affording remuneration; profitable.
2. remunerating.
re•mu′ner•a`tive•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.remunerative - for which money is paid; "a paying job"; "remunerative work"; "salaried employment"; "stipendiary services"
paid - marked by the reception of pay; "paid work"; "a paid official"; "a paid announcement"; "a paid check"
2.remunerative - producing a sizeable profit; "a remunerative business"
profitable - yielding material gain or profit; "profitable speculation on the stock market"
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remunerative

adjective profitable, lucrative, paying, gainful, economic, rich, rewarding, worthwhile, recompensing, moneymaking seeking remunerative employment
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remunerative

adjective
1. Affording compensation:
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Translations
مُكافِئ، مُعَوِّض
výnosný
indbringendelønsom
arîsamur
kazançlıödüllendirici

remunerative

[rɪˈmjuːnərətɪv] ADJremunerativo
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remunerative

[rɪˈmjuːnərətɪv] adj [work, employment] → rémunéré(e)
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remunerative

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remunerative

[rɪˈmjuːnrətɪv] adj (frm) → rimunerativo/a
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remunerate

(rəˈmjuːnəreit) verb
to pay (someone) for something he has done.
reˌmuneˈration noun
reˈmunerative (-rətiv) adjective
bringing a good profit.
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Nor, considered aright, does it seem any argument in favor of the gradual extinction of the Sperm Whale, for example, that in former years (the latter part of the last century, say) these Leviathans, in small pods, were encountered much oftener than at present, and, in consequence, the voyages were not so prolonged, and were also much more remunerative. Because, as has been elsewhere noticed, those whales, influenced by some views to safety, now swim the seas in immense caravans, so that to a large degree the scattered solitaries, yokes, and pods, and schools of other days are now aggregated into vast but widely separated, unfrequent armies.
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I detested the chambers beyond expression at that period of repentance, and could not endure the sight of the Avenger's livery: which had a more expensive and a less remunerative appearance then, than at any other time in the four-and-twenty hours.
In Benjamin, the lawyer had found what he had not met with in me--a sympathetic mind, alive to the value of "an abstract of the expenses," and conscious of that most remunerative of human virtues, the virtue of economy.
I mean," he explained, "that he could have attempted enterprises of a far more remunerative character, with a prospect of complete success."
It is not an avocation of a remunerative description - in other words, it does not pay - and some temporary embarrassments of a pecuniary nature have been the consequence.
After a long seclusion she had come to a resolve to undertake outdoor work in her native village, the busiest season of the year in the agricultural world having arrived, and nothing that she could do within the house being so remunerative for the time as harvesting in the fields.
150), a facile writer, Sir William Davenant, had begun, cautiously, a few years before the Restoration, to produce operas and other works of dramatic nature; and the returning Court had brought from Paris a passion for the stage, which therefore offered the best and indeed the only field for remunerative literary effort.
Here, in Numbers Five and Six, are my own personal subscriptions to local charities, actually paid in remunerative neighborhoods, on the principle of throwing a sprat to catch a herring; also, my diary of each day's proceedings, my personal reflections and remarks, my statement of existing difficulties (such as the difficulty of finding myself T.
"It is, of course, well known to you that in a successful banking business as much depends upon our being able to find remunerative investments for our funds as upon our increasing our connection and the number of our depositors.
Further, the CCEA's decision to maintain fair and remunerative price of sugarcane at the current season's level of Rs 275 per quintal provides a breather to sugar mills by preventing an increase in raw material cost, which accounts 70 to 75 per cent of sugar production cost.