the act of remunerating.
something that remunerates; reward; pay: He received little remuneration for his services.

1470–80; earlier remuneracion < Latin remūnerātiōn- (stem of remūnerātiō), equivalent to remūnerāt(us) (see remunerate) + -iōn- -ion

nonremuneration, noun
preremuneration, noun
superremuneration, noun Unabridged
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remuneration (rɪˌmjuːnəˈreɪʃən)
1.  the act of remunerating
2.  pay; recompense

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Word Origin & History

1477, from L. remunerationem (nom. remuneratio) "a repaying, recompense," from remuneratus, pp. of remunerari "to reward," from re- "back" + munerari "to give," from munus (gen. muneris) "gift, office, duty" (see municipal). Remunerative is from 1677.
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Example sentences
Second, let's not forget that remuneration committees are making choices with
  other people's money.
Many report receiving multiple job offers, with excellent remuneration, even in
  these difficult times.
It's also the cold fact that students need to be entrepreneurial, placing
  pieces for maximum exposure and remuneration.
The main fund manager is usually the largest investor and remuneration depends
  on the fund performing profitably.
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