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bonus
American English: /ˈboʊnəs/
British English: /ˈbəʊnəs/

Translation of bonus in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 1.1 (payment to employee)
    Example sentences
    • The federal government would also reward states with performance bonuses based in part on lower poverty rates.
    • Workers were paid a form of piece rate, which was a minimum wage plus a bonus for output over a certain level.
    • My weekly wage was about £150 and there were performance bonuses.
    1.2 (dividend) (Finance)
    dividendo (masculine) adicional
    Example sentences
    • After year 13, reinvested dividends and bonuses would pay for future premium.
    • What the Trustee is after is the shareholder's dividends, bonuses, other payments that result, as a result that come from the share ownership.
    • I believe perks can be a wonderful bonus for shareholders.
    1.3 (in competition) See examples: for a bonus of two points
    para ganar dos puntos extra
  • 2 (added advantage) See examples: (added) bonus and the school being nearby is a real bonus
    y el hecho de que el colegio esté cerca es una gran ventaja

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