داستان آبیدیک

wage

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فارسی

1 عمومی:: كار مزد، دستمزد، حمل‌ كردن‌، اجرت‌، دسترنج‌، مزد، جنگ‌

شبکه مترجمین ایران

english

1 general:: wage adjectives high • The factory workers are demanding higher wages. low • There are high numbers of people on low wages. good • They were earning good wages. • Wages are good compared to other occupations. a decent wage (= one that is reasonable and allows you to buy what you need ) • Jobs in the factories used to pay a decent wage, but those jobs are gone now. the hourly/daily/monthly etc wage • The average daily wage was £100. the minimum wage (= the lowest amount of money that an employer can legally pay to a worker ) • a rise in the minimum wage the basic wage (= what someone earns before overtime pay, tips, or bonuses are added ) • The basic wage paid at the factory is the lowest in the auto industry, but with bonuses, the total compensation is the highest. real wages (= a calculation of how much your wages will buy, usually compared to how much you were able to buy in the past ) • Average real wages rose by 26% between 1919 and 1929. wage + NOUN a wage increase/rise • The rail workers demanded a 20% wage increase. a wage reduction/cut • Those who kept their jobs had to take large wage cuts. wage levels/rates • Wage levels remained low during the 1930s. verbs earn a wage • Both parents were earning a wage, yet money was still tight. pay a wage • Some firms still paid lower wages to female workers. raise wages • He was able to raise the wages of some key staff.

transnet.ir

2 general:: noun pay: Your wages are $1000 a month. verb conduct: We will wage war on them.

Simple Definitions

3 general::   noun (alsowages) ADJ. decent, fair, good, high | inadequate, low, meagre, small He busked to supplement his meagre wages. | annual, hourly, regular, etc. | gross, pre-tax | after-tax, net | money | real If money wages remain constant and price levels rise, real wages fall. | basic, standard a basic wage of £100 a week plus tips | living workers fighting for a living wage | minimum | average VERB + WAGE pay | earn She earns a good wage at the factory. | live on How can you live on such a low wage? | increase, keep up, push up, raise Full employment pushed up wages. | cut, force down, hold down, keep down | supplement WAGE + VERB increase, rise | decrease, fall WAGE + NOUN earner | labour, workers | claim The union submitted a wage claim for a 9% rise. | bargaining, negotiations | agreement, settlement | cut, reduction | controls, freeze, restraint The government promised greater tax cuts in return for continued wage restraints. | explosion, increase, inflation, rise | bill, costs | structure, system | differentials wage differentials between large and small firms | packet He got his first wage packet at fourteen years old. PHRASES a cut/fall in wages, growth in wages, an increase/a rise in wages

Oxford Collocations Dictionary


معنی کلمه wage ، معنی اصطلاح wage ، به wage چی می گن؟ ، wage چی می شه؟، واژه wage ، معادل wage ، wage synonym , wage definition , wage meaning
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