well-paid


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well-paid

adj (well paid when postpositive)
receiving or involving good remuneration
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well-paid

adjective lucrative, paying, profitable, productive, fruitful, high-income, money-making, gainful, remunerative I have an interesting, well-paid job with good career prospects.
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well-paid

[ˌwelˈpeɪd] ADJbien pagado, bien retribuido

well-paid

حَسْنُ الدَخْل dobře placený velbetalt gut bezahlt καλοπληρωμένος bien pagado hyväpalkkainen bien payé dobro plaćen ben pagato いい給料を取っている 보수가 좋은 goedbetaald godt betalt dobrze płatny bem pago хорошо оплачиваемый välbetald ซึ่งให้เงินเดือนสูง yüksek maaşlı được trả lương cao 工资高的
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Zero out of 10 for making such a pig's ear of it that questions will now be asked about his suitability to carry out other well-paid, high-profile, part-time jobs.
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