wage packet

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wage packet

n (Brit) → busta f paga inv
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Ashley has wasted a wage packet on the Italian plus any loan fee paid to Monaco, which must irk a bloke who does not like spending United's money.
IN THE letter 'Making it pay to work' (Feedback, The Gazette, 29.01.19) local Conservative parliamentary candidates Dehenna Davison-Fareham, Peter Gibson and Matt Vickers say there are more people in work than ever before, 3.5 million since 2010, with more people having the security of a wage packet.
It's a higher rate (PS9 an hour for the UK and PS10.55 in London in 2019), calculated to give workers a wage packet they can build a decent life on.
Lois Reed's huge wage packet of between [pounds sterling]270,001 and [pounds sterling]280,000 was revealed in financial accounts on the school's website back in March.
Employers, for their part, can successfully reduce the wage packet in bad times by offering employee shares that will pay out when prosperity returns.
The story starts in 1926 with shoemaker, Ab Solomons, who drew on the wage packet he gave to his new wife Celie.
The monthly wage packet doesn't stretch far enough - heating bills are still through the roof, food is too expensive and the journey to and from work costs a fortune.
Then the Lib Dems jumped into the political bed with the Conservatives just to get what crumbs Mr Cameron drops for them to deal with and, of course, a wage packet!
Adebayor, 28, scored 18 goals last term as City subsidised his pounds 170,000 wage packet.
Well, Mr Anderson, I do hope the hefty wage packet for this Lincolnshire town crier will be coming from your pocket.