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earn /ɜːn $ ɜːrn/ verb

تحصیل کردن ، کسب معاش کردن ، بدست اوردن ، دخل کردن ، درامد داشتن ، کامپیوتر: شبکه پژوهشی اکادمیک
الکترونیک: شبکه پژوهشی اکادمیک ، کامپیوتر: تحصیل کردن ، کسب معاش کردن ، بدست اوردن ، دخل کردن ، درامد داشتن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- make, bring in, collect, gain, get, gross, net, receive
- deserve, acquire, attain, be entitled to, be worthy of, merit, rate, warrant, win
Related Words: attain, effect, obtain, procure, realize, receive, secure, bag, come by, harvest, net, reap, score
English Thesaurus: earn, get, make, be on something, be/get paid, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

earn S2 W2 /ɜːn $ ɜːrn/ verb
[Word Family: noun: earner, earnings; verb: earn; adjective: earned ≠ unearned]
[Language: Old English; Origin: earnian]

1. MONEY FOR WORK [intransitive and transitive] to receive a particular amount of money for the work that you do:
He earns nearly £20,000 a year.
You don’t earn much money being a nurse.
He did all sorts of jobs to earn a living.
I was the only person in the house who was earning.
She was earning good money at the bank.
Chris will pay – he’s earning a fortune.

2. PROFIT [transitive] to make a profit from business or from putting money in a bank etc:
The movie earned £7 million on its first day.
You could earn a higher rate of interest elsewhere.

3. SOMETHING DESERVED [transitive]
a) to do something or have qualities that make you deserve something:
I think you’ve earned a rest.
He soon earned the respect of the players.
He hopes to earn a place in the team.
The company has earned a reputation for reliability.
b) if your actions or qualities earn you something, they make you deserve to have it
earn somebody something
That performance earned her an Oscar as Best Actress.

4. earn your/its keep
a) to do jobs in return for being given a home and food:
We older children were expected to earn our keep.
b) to be useful enough to be worth the time or money spent:
These aircraft are still earning their keep.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADV. really ‘I feel I've really earned this, ’ she said, taking up her mug of tea.
deservedly, richly, rightly He deservedly earned the admiration of his colleagues.
VERB + EARN have to, need to First you have to earn their respect.
seek to, try to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


earn money
I’d like to earn more money than I do now.
earn a wage/salary
You are more likely to earn a decent wage if you have a degree.
earn a living (also earn your living) (=earn the money you need to live)
She started to earn a living by selling her jewellery on a market stall.
earn £30,000 a year/$200 a week/£5 an hour etc
Newly qualified teachers earn a minimum of £24,000 a year.
earn good money (=earn a lot of money)
You can earn good money working in London.
earn a fortune (=earn an extremely large amount of money)
Footballers at the top clubs earn a fortune these days.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: He earned a lot of money on the lottery.
GOOD: He won a lot of money on the lottery.

Usage Note:
You earn money by doing work for which you are paid: 'She earns $4,000 a month.'
You win money by being lucky in a competition etc: 'The last time he played roulette, he won about $50,000.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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