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remunerative Syllabification: re·mu·ner·a·tive
Pronunciation: /riˈmyo͞onəˌrətiv/ /-ˌrātiv/

Definition of remunerative in English:


1Financially rewarding; lucrative: highly remunerative activities
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  • The result of several years of research has not proved very remunerative.
  • Promotion of agricultural exports is important for creating conditions for providing remunerative prices to farm produce.
  • Pirated books, having no legal value, were less remunerative.
1.1Earning a salary; paid: since June 2003 he has not had any remunerative employment
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  • No amount is claimed nor was evidence presented to support a claim for loss of remunerative activity.
  • Faced with the remarkable bankruptcy of his employer, Larry did very little to locate a remunerative position.
  • He decided to retire from the ministry for more remunerative work.

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