remunerate

[ri-myoo-nuh-reyt]
verb (used with object), remunerated, remunerating.
1.
to pay, recompense, or reward for work, trouble, etc.
2.
to yield a recompense for (work, services, etc.).

Origin:
1515–25; < Latin remūnerātus (past participle of remūnerāri to repay, reward), equivalent to re- re- + mūner(āre) to give, be-stow (derivative of mūner-, stem of mūnus gift, duty) + -ātus -ate1

remunerable, adjective
remunerability, noun
remunerably, adverb
remunerator, noun
preremunerate, verb (used with object), preremunerated, preremunerating.
unremunerated, adjective

remunerate, renumerate.


1. reimburse, requite, compensate.
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remunerate (rɪˈmjuːnəˌreɪt)
 
vb
(tr) to reward or pay for work, service, etc
 
[C16: from Latin remūnerārī to reward, from re- + mūnerāre to give, from mūnus a gift; see munificent]
 
remunera'bility
 
n
 
re'munerable
 
adj
 
re'munerator
 
n

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Example sentences
It is not only a question of creating new jobs, but also to remunerate adequately the human capital.
In some way the time they seem to lose is redeemed and the pains they seem to
  take remunerate themselves.
There would not have been enough special cases to occupy or remunerate him if
  he had coveted it.
Although lawyers complied with government requests to provide counsel, the
  government generally did not remunerate them.
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