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index-linked
Pronunciation: / ˌɪnˌdɛksˈlɪŋ(k)t /

Translation of index-linked in Spanish:

adjective

  • (especially British English)
    indexado
    Example sentences
    • I have a state pension but my husband has an index-linked pension.
    • Public-sector pension payments are index-linked, so they will rise in line with inflation.
    • Maybe we won't have to work till we drop to pay all those index-linked public sector pensions.

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