Translation of income in Spanish:
noununcountable and countable
- ingresos (masculine plural)(unearned)I live within my incomerentas (feminine plural)ingresos (masculine plural)they're living beyond their incomevivo de acuerdo con mis ingresostaxable incomegastan más de lo que gananllevan un tren de vida que no se pueden costearannual income an important source of income (before noun) income bracket lower/upper income groupsrenta (feminine) gravable or imponibleincome levelgrupos (masculine plural) de altos/bajos ingresosnivel (masculine) de ingresosExample sentences
- This is not the case for personal finance where a regular income is often evident.
- It is better to think about ways in which you might earn extra money or increase your income.
- However, this has been seen as a stealth tax by some because incomes tend to increase more quickly than prices.
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