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salary /ˈsæləri/ noun (plural salaries) [uncountable and countable]


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

salary
[noun]
Synonyms: pay, earnings, income, wage, wages
English Thesaurus: pay, meet the cost of something, foot the bill, pick up the tab, fork out/shell out, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

salary S2 W3 /ˈsæləri/ noun (plural salaries) [uncountable and countable]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Latin; Origin: salarium 'money to pay for salt', from sal 'salt']
money that you receive as payment from the organization you work for, usually paid to you every month ⇒ wage, pay:
The average salary for a teacher is $39,000 a year.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

salary
noun
ADJ. competitive, generous, good, handsome, high, large, top Top salaries are liable for a higher rate of tax.
low, small | reasonable | average | basic | pensionable | gross | net | starting | current | final Your pension will be based on a proportion of your final salary.
annual, monthly | tax-free
VERB + SALARY pay (sb) | earn, receive | increase | cut, decrease, reduce
SALARY + NOUN package The position is rewarded with a generous salary package.
award, increase, rise The top salary awards are completely out of line with inflation.
cut | level | review | band, grade, range What salary band will I be on after two years in the company?
scale, structure | bill, costs
PREP. on a ~ It's impossible to bring up a family on such a low salary.
PHRASES an increase/a rise in salary, a cut/drop in salary Workers are being asked to take a cut in salary.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

salary

earn/get/receive a salary
She’s now earning a good salary as an interpreter.
be on a salary British English (=be earning a salary)
He won’t tell me what salary he’s on.
command a salary formal (=be able to get a particular salary)
Which graduates command the highest salaries?
pay somebody a salary
Large companies often pay better salaries.
offer somebody a salary
We offer competitive salaries to graduates.
increase sb’s salary
His salary was increased to £80,000 a year.
cut sb’s salary (=reduce someone’s salary)
They will cut salaries before they cut jobs.
high/good
She moved to a job with a higher salary.
low
It sounds an interesting job, but the salary is too low.
a six-figure salary (=one over £100,000 or $100,000)
He’s now a top executive with a six-figure salary.
annual salary
His annual salary is $200,000.
monthly salary
What's your monthly salary?
current salary
His current salary is just over £30,000 a year.
basic/base salary (=the basic amount that someone is paid)
You get a basic salary, and then other benefits on top.
starting salary (=the salary someone gets when they start a job)
The starting salary for a hotel manager is $26,400.
final salary
Your pension is based on a proportion of your final salary.
a salary increase
He was given a huge salary increase.
a salary cut (=a decrease in someone’s salary)
The workforce agreed to take salary cuts.
the salary scale/structure (=the list of increasing salaries that someone in a job can earn)
He is almost at the top of his salary scale.
a drop/cut in salary (=a reduction in salary)
He couldn’t afford to take a drop in salary.
an increase/rise in salary
They were offered a 10% increase in salary.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

salary
noun
BAD: The salary is 800 yen an hour.
GOOD: The pay/wage is 800 yen an hour.
BAD: The basic salary is £60 per week.
GOOD: The basic pay/wage is £60 per week.

Usage Note:
A salary is the amount of money that someone earns for a year's work, usually paid once a month directly into their bank account: 'I'll pay you back at the end of the month when I get my salary.' 'She's on a salary of £23,000 a year.'
If someone is paid once a week, they receive wages . In the past, wages were always paid in cash: 'He opened the envelope and counted his wages.' When you are thinking about rates or levels of payment (rather than actual coins and bank notes), use wage : 'She earns a pretty good wage.' 'They're demanding a 20 per cent wage increase.' 'They've raised the minimum wage from $4.25 an hour to $5.50.'
Pay is a general word for the (amount of) money people get for the work they do: 'He's lost a month's pay.' 'They've been given a pay rise of £20 a week.'
Note that in informal styles these words are often used with the same meaning.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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