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earn

verb achieve, achieve by continued effort, accuire by service, attain, be deserving, be entitled to, be successful, be worthy, clear, deserve, gain, gain by labor, gain by service, get a profit, get by effort, have a right to, merere, merit, merit as compensation, net, obtain a victory, procure by effort, profit, prosper, realize, reap, receive compensation, secure, succeed in reaching, win
Associated concepts: ability to earn, earned commissions, earned income, earned premiums, earned surplus, earned wages, a sum earned and unpaid
See also: acquire, attain, bear, gain, obtain, pass, procure, realize, reap, receive, succeed, yield
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Already, Knut has prepared a memorandum of demand, seeking to have the TSC start pay negotiations that will see teachers earn new salaries and allowances with respect to the prevailing hard economic times.
I feel the man should earn more than the wife since it is the biblical injunction of wives submitting to their husbands.
But men working full-time in the area earned an average of PS32,920.
Women earned less than men in nearly every congressional district and occupation category, but the gap can differ substantially.
On average, 63 per cent of Malaysians earn less than RM4,000, while 10 per cent earn more than RM6,000 per month.
Meanwhile, land-based engineers that are in-demand in the Middle East and Asia-Pacific can earn a monthly salary of P57,000 and P59,000, respectively.
The traditional offer wall is a great way to earn a lot of credits for users having access to a strong Wi-Fi connection.
Overall, 23.6% of hospital trust non-medical executive directors in the UK earned more than PS142,500 in 2015, compared to 21.8% in the previous year.
Lesley Shomongula, an employee at NHP also said he would marry a woman who earns more because if there's love everything else is secondary and even though she might earn more than him, whatever she owns will eventually belong to both of them.
Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Scarlett Johansson earn tens of millions of dollars for doing a few films.
THE number of peoplE earning the living wage -the amount widely considered to be the true minimum workers need to earn in order to live over the breadline, varies widely across Merseyside.