Definition of index-linked in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˌɪndɛksˈlɪnkt/

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Adjusted according to the value of a retail price index: an index-linked pension
More example sentences
  • I have a state pension but my husband has an index-linked pension.
  • Public-sector pension payments are index-linked, so they will rise in line with inflation.
  • Maybe we won't have to work till we drop to pay all those index-linked public sector pensions.



Pronunciation: /ˌɪndɛksˈlɪŋkɪŋ/
Example sentences
  • But she said the establishment of a regulator would have to be combined with index-linking the licence fee.
  • Assuming no growth in the value of the fund over the 18 years, the total value of all contributions (let's not complicate things yet by index-linking them) would be €10,800.
  • It includes provisions which are not found in normal private sector occupational pension schemes, of which full index-linking of pensions is only one.

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