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an amount of money that you earn for working, usually according to how many hours or days you work each week or month
a particular amount of money that you earn each month or year from your job
money that you receive for doing your job
money that someone gets from working or from investing money
the amount of money that you earn
money that you earn to live on
the smallest amount of money that an employer is legally allowed to pay a worker
pay that increases when you are successful at your job and that goes down when you are not successful
a small amount of money that someone earns that is not enough for ordinary living
British a raise in pay
a medical test in which blood cells are taken from the body and examined to find out if they are healthy
a man with a singing voice that is fairly deep, in the range between a tenor and a bass
someone on a film set who takes care of plants, trees, and other various landscaping materials like rocks, gravel, sand, etc.
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