salariat


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salariat

(səˈlɛərɪət)
n
the salary-earning class
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Salariat

 the body of people who receive a salary, 1687.
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Apres une longue et pertinente analyse relative a l'introduction capitaliste et la naissance de salariat, a la modernisation de developpement de ce salariat, a la dynamique demographique en tant que resultante de l'agriculture moderne, a la predominance du travail saisonnier et temporaire et l'emergence des luttes syndicales, on aura a conclure que les differentes categories d'ouvriers font partie sans conteste des paysans sans terres ou insuffisamment pourvus en terre.
By bringing the tax slab lower, the government will milk the salariat for all it is worth.
Le footballeur francais: de l'amateurisme au salariat (1890-1926).
The unchecked increase in prices of all things has adversely hit the salariat. The cost of services like transport, telephone and electricity have also gone up.
Leurs qualifications, qu'il s'agisse de professions ou d'etat, refletent un fort degre de dependance vis-a-vis du salariat, et dans le cas des militaires, une absence de capital mobilisable qui permettrait d'echapper a la conscription.
'Salariat' encompasses full-timers with permanent jobs that provide for disabilty and old age.
According to the press release issued on Friday, he argued that 'Muslim Salariat,' the educated and professional Muslims, were the ones who led the movement for the creation of Pakistan, while the bulk of the Muslim peasantry, though engaged at a later stage, remained on the margins of the political discussions of the time.