1. money paid to an employee on a weekly basis
English word "wage"(money paid to an employee on a weekly basis) occurs in sets:Earnings, rewards and benefits
2. money paid to manual workers
In terms of salary, that job is fantastic.
It's very unlikely that Tom will agree to work for that salary.
He and his wife both work and his salary is lower than hers, so no wonder he is a hen-pecked husband.
During the probation period of my friend's new job, each month's salary is 3000 RMB; once the probation period has been fulfilled, each month's salary is 3500 RMB.
His remuneration consists of a base salary plus commissions.
Today, more and more people are changing jobs in order to get a better salary and higher social status.
Work is not only important for economic benefits, the salary, but also for social and psychological needs, the feeling of doing something for the good of society.
The person who eventually got the job was very happy. After all, he would receive an annual salary of £25,000.
As a psychotherapist, I earned a good salary and enjoyed a good life.
A base salary of eighty thousand the first year, plus bonuses.
He's already been offered a couple of positions but he tells me he's holding out for a better salary.
Meaning: a fixed regular payment, typically paid on a monthly basis but often expressed as an annual sum, made by an employer to an employee, especially a professional or white-collar worker. E.G. 'He received a salary of £24,000.'
She had a good salary, but she didn't like her boss.
The chicken feed I get for a salary is good for nothing.
4. the amount of money a person regularly receives for the job