Hay 2 definiciones de pension en inglés:

pension1

Saltos de línea: pen|sion
Pronunciación: /ˈpɛnʃ(ə)n
 
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sustantivo

1 (British also state pension) A regular payment made by the state to people of or above the official retirement age and to some widows and disabled people: men can draw a pension from the age of sixty-five
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I have not received an invitation to claim a state pension from the Pensions Service.
  • The report highlights the fact that many people are relying on the state pension for their retirement income.
  • This promises all pensioners a basic weekly income above the state pension.
Sinónimos
annuity, superannuationwelfare payment, allowance, benefit, support, welfare, assistance
1.1A regular payment made during a person’s retirement from an investment fund to which that person or their employer has contributed during their working life: [as modifier]: the company pension scheme
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Regular contributions to a pension scheme were, we were told, a guarantee of a secure old age.
  • A company can get a deduction for contributions made to the pension scheme of its directors and employees.
  • If an employer shuts a pension scheme today it still has to pay the benefits promised by that scheme for decades.
1.2chiefly historical A regular payment made to a royal favourite or to an artist or scholar to enable them to carry on work of public interest or value.

verbo

[with object] (pension someone off) Volver al principio  
1Dismiss someone from employment, typically because of age or ill health, and pay them a pension: he was pensioned off from the army after the war
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  • At the age of 50, when it had got to the point where pain and mobility problems affected my ability to do my job, I was pensioned off and sent away into early retirement.
  • I was the best in the woodwork department so when I was 15 they pensioned me off and said, you've got to become a cabinet maker.
  • The duke and duchess will be very glad to pension you off, for they've been worried about your health as well.
1.1 (pension something off) Discard something because it is too old or no longer wanted: garden sheds were raided to bring out machines long since pensioned off
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  • The plates and deckchairs were pensioned off to reduce the cost of breakages and thefts.
  • The sooner the other four homes are pensioned off, the better.
  • At a gala event on Saturday he will stoke up the firebox and take it on its first run since it was pensioned off from a South Wales colliery in 1976.

Origen

late Middle English (in the sense 'payment, tax, regular sum paid to retain allegiance'): from Old French, from Latin pensio(n-) 'payment', from pendere 'to pay'. The current verb sense dates from the mid 19th century.

Derivativos

pensionless

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Many worked ‘on the lump’, which made the mainly Irish building contractors who employed them very rich; by contrast many of the their labourers live in rented accommodation, mostly pensionless.
  • Up to 15 financial institutions are lining up special products to entice close to 500,000 pensionless Irish workers to take out tax efficient Personal Retirement Savings Accounts.
  • They have gone under - remunerated and pensionless for many years, at least in comparison to MPs and MSPs. Even those with the biggest responsibility of leading vast city administrations are earning little more than 25,000.

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Pronunciación: əˈnɒm(ə)ləs
adjective
deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected

Hay 2 definiciones de pension en inglés:

pension2

Saltos de línea: pen|sion
Pronunciación: /pɒ̃ˈsjɒ̃
 
, pɑ̃sjɔ̃/

sustantivo

A small hotel or boarding house in France and other European countries.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Of course, it's a typical beautiful Austrian small town with lots of pensions, hotels and restaurants for the traveler.
  • In one end of the hall, volunteers entered name after name into computers - people who had been located in nearby hotels or pensions.

Origen

French.

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