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American English: /ˌɑnəˈrɛriəm/
British English: /ˌɒnəˈrɛːrɪəm/

Translation of honorarium in Spanish:

noun plural -riums or -ria Pronunciation: / -iə /

  • Example sentences
    • Some of it goes straight to individuals in the form of consulting fees, contracts, honoraria, and salaries.
    • The real money, ever since Congress banned honoraria for its members, is in speeches.
    • The guidelines define financial interests that should be disclosed as any fees, honoraria, or gifts associated with consulting or lectures; equity, including stock options; and payments for directorships or executive roles.

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