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income

Pronunciation: /ˈɪnkʌm/

Translation of income in Spanish:

noun/nombre

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  • ingresos (masculine plural); (unearned) rentas (feminine plural), ingresos (masculine plural) I live within my income vivo de acuerdo con mis ingresos they're living beyond their income gastan más de lo que ganan, llevan un tren de vida que no se pueden costear taxable income renta (feminine) gravable or imponible annual income ingresos anuales an important source of income una importante fuente de ingresos (before noun/delante del nombre) income bracket banda (feminine) salarial lower/upper income groups grupos (masculine plural) de altos/bajos ingresos income level nivel (masculine) de ingresos

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