Definición de wage en inglés:

wage

Saltos de línea: wage
Pronunciación: /weɪdʒ
 
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sustantivo

(also wages)
1A fixed regular payment earned for work or services, typically paid on a daily or weekly basis: we were struggling to get better wages an income of less than half the average wage Compare with salary.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • That means a writer not only has to write, but crucially, have accepted, three plays a year just to earn the national average wage.
  • They were weary of working twelve hour days, seven days a week for subsistence wages.
  • This is already the case for ministers of state, who employ their drivers on a fixed wage.
Sinónimos
pay, payment, remuneration, salary, emolument, stipend, fee, allowance, honorarium; income, revenue; yield, profit, gain, reward; compensation, recompense, reimbursement; (wages)earnings, takings, proceeds
1.1 (wages) Economics The part of total production that is the return to labour as earned income as distinct from the remuneration received by capital as unearned income.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The only major item that is controlled in the Celtic tiger economy is wages.
  • The wages share of national income down (and the profits took up most of the slack).
  • Its flip side is the nation's income: wages and salaries, profits, interest and rent.
1.2The result or effect of doing something considered wrong or unwise: disasters are the wages of sin
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It is because sin is universal, and death is the consequence or wages of sin.
  • Call it the greenhouse effect or the wages of tampering too much with the environment.
  • Extensive lung damage resulting from inhalation of the deadly vapours were the wages of his diligence.
Sinónimos
reward, recompense, requital, retribution; returns, deserts

verbo

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Carry on (a war or campaign): it is necessary to destroy their capacity to wage war
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • John F. Kerry criticized Bush for failing to conduct adequate diplomacy before waging war on Iraq.
  • Why is the Executive not waging war on underachievement among the underprivileged in our schools?
  • The last council became bigoted against cars and squandered vast amounts of council tax payer's money waging war on them.
Sinónimos
engage in, carry on, conduct, execute, pursue, undertake, prosecute, practise, proceed with, devote oneself to, go on with

Origen

Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French and Old Northern French, of Germanic origin; related to gage1 and wed.

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Pronunciación: wiːn
verb
be of the opinion; think or suppose