wage

listen to the pronunciation of wage
İngilizce - Türkçe
maaş

Ben bütün maaşımı bir günde harcadım. - I spent all my wages in one day.

Gelecek yıl maaşlara zam yapılacak ama enflasyon yüzünden zammın çoğu eriyecek. - Next year, the wages do increase, but most of the increase will disappear due to inflation.

{i} ücret

Benim aylık ücret 300.000 yen. - My monthly wage is 300,000 yen.

Tom asgari ücret için çalışmaktadır. - Tom's been working for minimum wage.

savaş açmak
{f} sürdürmek: wage a feud kan davasını sürdürmek
(Askeri) Mücadeleyi sürdürmek
başlatıp sürdür
{f} (savaş v.b.'ni) açmak: They have decided to wage war on/against their enemies
(Ticaret) işçi ücretleri
(savaş) açmak
münakaşa
başlatmak
(Ticaret) işçilik
aylık

Benim aylık ücret 300.000 yen. - My monthly wage is 300,000 yen.

açmak
mücadele başlatmak
vergin
{i} yevmiye
living wage geçimi temin edecek maaş
wagesücret
{f} devam ettirmek
karşılı
{i} haftalık

Yönetici ona iki haftalık ücreti avans verdi. - The manager advanced him two weeks' wages.

Tom'un patronu ona bir haftalık ücreti avans verdi. - Tom's boss advanced him a week's wages.

ücretli işçi
{f} sürdürmek
wageworker işçi
{f} yürütmek
wage increase
maaş zammı
wage a battle
savaşmak
wage a fight
savaşmak
wage a war
savaşmak
wage earners
(Ticaret) işçiler
wage flexibility
ücret esnekliği
wage increase
maaş artışı
wage labour
ücretli emek
wage systems
ücret sistemleri
wage table
(Ticaret) barem
wage war
savaş açmak
wage war
savaşmak
wage war
(Askeri) savaş halinde olmak
wage war against
savaş açmak
wage war on
savaşmak
wage war on
savaş açmak
wage war with
savaşmak
wage agreement
vergin anlaşması
wage bill
vergin gideri
wage claim
vergin artış talebi
wage dispute
vergin anlaşmazlığı
wage earner
verginli
wage earning
para kazandırıcı
wage freeze
vergin ve maaşların dondurulması
wage fund
vergin fonu
wage incentive
parasal teşvik
wage level
vergin seviyesi
wage packet
vergin paketi
wage packet
vergin zarfı
wage rate
vergin oranı
wage scale
vergin cetveli
wage scale
ücret tarifesi
wage scale
barem
wage schedule
ücret takvimi
wage settlement
vergin uzlaşması
wage slip
vergin bordrosu
wage war
savaş
wage worker
verginli
wage cap
ücret kap
wage cost
ücret maliyet
wage discrimination
ücret ayrımcılığı
wage earning
ücret kazanç
wage freeze
ücret dondurulması
wage gap
maaş farkı
wage indexation
(Ekonomi) Maaşların enflasyona endekslenerek ayarlanması
wage laborer
Ücret karşılığı çalışan işçi
wage labour
Ücretli işçilik
wage negotiation
Ücret müzakeresi
wage payment
ücret ödeme
wage rates
ücret oranları
wage settlement
ücret uzlaşması
wage stagnation
ücret artışlarının durması
wage tax
ücret vergisi
wage war against/on
savaş açmak
wage war against/on/with
-e karşı savaşmak, ... ile savaşmak
wage war/a battle/a fight
(a) savaşmak
wage a struggle
mücadele ortaya koymak
wage agreement
ücret anlaşması
wage bracket
(Ticaret) ücret grubu
wage bracket
(Ticaret) barem derecesi
wage claim
ücret artış talebi
wage claim
zam talebi
wage claim
ücret artışı
wage cost
ücret maliyeti
wage council
ücret konseyi
wage cut
kesinti
wage deduction
(Ticaret) maaş kesintisi
wage dispute
ücret anlaşmazlığı
wage dividend
(Ticaret) ücret primi
wage earner
iş gören
wage earner
ücretli
wage earner
gündelikçi
wage earner
aylakçı
wage effective war against
etkin bir şekilde savaşmak
wage freeze
ücretlerin dondurulması
wage fund
ücret fonu
wage gap
maaş uçurumu
wage gap
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ücret uçurumu
wage goods
(Ticaret) ücret malları
wage guidepost
(Ticaret) ücret artış göstergesi
wage imitation
(Ticaret) ücret benzeşimi
wage in kind
ayni ücret
wage incentives
(Ticaret) ücret teşvikleri
wage inflation
(Ticaret) ücret enflasyonu
wage intensive
yoğun ücretli
wage labor
ücretli işçi
wage level
ücret düzeyi
wage packet
maaş zarfı
wage packet
ücret paketi
wage payment
(Ticaret) maaş ödemesi
wage payroll
(Ticaret) ücret bordrosu
wage price spiral
ücret fiyat enflasyon sarmalı
wage rate
ücret oranı
wage rate
ücret
wage reduction
(Ticaret) ücret indirimi
wage rent ratio
(Ticaret) ücret rant oranı
wage rigidity
(Ticaret) ücret hareketsizliği
wage rise
ücret artışı
wage scale
ücret cetveli
wage slave
bordro mahkumu
wage slip
bordro
wage subsidy
(Ticaret) ücret sübvansiyonu
wage war
-e karşı savaşmak, ... ile savaşmak
wage war
(Fiili Deyim ) harp etmek
wage war against
savaşmak
wage war on smb
savaşmak
wage worker
(Ticaret) gündelikçi işçi
wages
(Ticaret) maaş

Maaşını hemen ödedim. - I paid his wages on the spot.

Her ay maaşımın %10'unu biriktirmeye çalışırım. - I try to save 10% of my wages each month.

wages
bedel

Günahın bedeli ölümdür. - The wages of sin is death.

Günahın bedeli ölümdür. - The wages of sin are death.

wages
ücret

Ücretlerimin beşte biri vergilere gidiyor. - One-fifth of my wages go to taxes.

Sendikanın liderleri, daha yüksek ücret için ortalığı karıştırıyorlardı. - The leaders of the Union agitated for higher wages.

wages
{i} haftalık

O bana bir haftalık ücreti avans verdi. - He advanced me a week's wages.

Tom'un patronu ona bir haftalık ücreti avans verdi. - Tom's boss advanced him a week's wages.

wages
{i} yevmiye
bottom wage
asgari ücret
bottom wage
en düşük ücret
efficient wage theory
(Ticaret) etkin ücret teorisi
hourly wage
saat başına ücret
lump sum wage
(Ticaret) götürü ücret
wages
gündelik
wages
ecir
daily wage
gündelik
daily wage
yevmiye
daily wage
gündelik vergin
day's wage
gündelik
differential wage
vergin farklılıkları
dismissal wage
işten çıkarma tazminatı
incentive wage system
özendirici vergin jüyesi
labour wage
işçi ücreti
living wage
geçinmeye yetecek vergin
make a wage-claim
vergin artışı talep etmek
maximum wage
azami vergin
maximum wage
maksimum ücret
maximum wage
en yüksek vergin
minimum wage
asgari vergin
award wage
ödül ücret
competitive wage rate
rekabetçi ücret
incentive wage system
özendirici ücret sistemi
lay so.'s life in wage
Satmak öyle. 'ücret hayat
low-wage
Düşük ücretli
minimum wage
asgari ücret

Avustralya'da asgari ücret nedir? - What's the minimum wage in Australia?

Tom asgari ücret için çalışmaktadır. - Tom's been working for minimum wage.

money wage
nominal ücret
non-wage earner
Ücret almayan, işsiz kişi
reservation wage
Koruma ücreti
wages
işgücü maliyeti
wages
karşılık
wages
{i} ücret: daily wages yevmiye, gündelik. weekly wages haftalık, haftalık ücret
waging
birbiriyle mücadele eden
İngilizce - İngilizce
To conduct or carry out (a war or other contest)

to wage war.

To wager, bet
an amount of money paid to a worker for a specified quantity of work, usually expressed on an hourly basis
To employ for wages; to hire

with the grete goodes we haue goten in these landes by youre yeftes we shalle wage good knyghtes & withstande the kynge Claudas malyce .

If a person, group, or country wages a campaign or a war, they start it and continue it over a period of time. the three factions that had been waging a civil war. to be involved in a war against someone, or a fight against something wage war (on sb/sth)
{v} to lay a wager, engage in, make, hire
To pledge; to hazard on the event of a contest; to stake; to bet, to lay; to wager; as, to wage a dollar
Payment for work, sometimes used to refer to payment based on hours worked instead of duties performed (Compare with salary )
To adventure, or lay out, for hire or reward; to hire out
employee means an employee paid under any of the prevailing rate pay systems authorized by subchapter IV of chapter 53 of title 5, U S C
To bind one's self; to engage
To put upon wages; to hire; to employ; to pay wages to
something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings"
to conduct or carry out
The payment for labor or services to a worker
To expose one's self to, as a risk; to incur, as a danger; to venture; to hazard
to reward as with wages
To engage in, as a contest, as if by previous gage or pledge; to carry on, as a war
{i} salary, payment, earnings; just recompense (Literary)
the price of labour defined over a period of time worked (chapter 13)
something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings
Someone's wages are the amount of money that is regularly paid to them for the work that they do. His wages have gone up This may end efforts to set a minimum wage well above the poverty line
That for which one labors; meed; reward; stipulated payment for service performed; hire; pay; compensation; at present generally used in the plural
{f} engage in, conduct (war, battle)
as of wars, battles, or campaigns; "Napoleon and Hitler waged war against all of Europe"
That which is staked or ventured; that for which one incurs risk or danger; prize; gage
To give security for the performance of
wage earner
someone who works for wages, especially if that wage supports a household
wage earners
plural form of wage earner
wage slave
someone who feels compelled to work in return for wages in order to survive
wage slaves
plural form of wage slave
wage cap
(Spor) In professional sports, a salary cap (often called a wage cap in the United Kingdom) is a limit on the amount of money a team can spend on player salaries, either as a per-player limit or a total limit for the team's roster (or both). Several sports leagues have made salary caps mandatory, both as a method of keeping overall costs down, and in order to balance the league so a wealthy team cannot become dominant simply by buying all the top players. Salary caps are often the major issue in negotiations between management and players' unions
wage labour
Wage labour is the socioeconomic relationship between a worker and an employer in which the worker sells their labour under a contract (employment), and the employer buys it, often in a labour market. The products of labour become the employer's property. A wage labourer is a person whose primary means of income is to sell labour in this way
wage a war
carry out a war, go into battle, declare a state of war
wage agreement
deal between an employer to a worker or to their representatives regarding the conditions of the workers salaries
wage claim
the wage demanded from management for workers by their union representatives
wage components
parts of a salary payment, individual items that are part of a worker's wages
wage concession
an agreement to raise wages
wage erosion
decrease in the value of the salary
wage floor
floor below which wages are not allowed to fall
wage freeze
setting of a fixed salary, setting a permanent salary
wage freeze
freeze of wages at a given level
wage packet
People's wages can be referred to as their wage packet. They work long hours in order to take home a fat wage packet
wage pact
salary agreement
wage rate
(Ticaret) The actual or standard pay rate for a labor hour
wage scale
level of a salary that is received
wage scale
a schedule of wages paid for different jobs
wage scale
The scale of wages paid to employees for the various jobs within an industry, factory, or company
wage setter
any financial condition or variable that serves to set wage rates
wage slave
A wage earner whose livelihood is completely dependent on the wages earned
wage war
start a battle, declare a war
wage-earner
one who earns money, one who receives a salary
wage-earning
annual salaries; "working-class occupations include manual as well as industrial labor
wage-earning
working for hourly wages rather than fixed e
wage-packet
an envelope that contains your wages
wage-price control
Setting of government guidelines to limit increases in wages and prices. It is one of the most extreme approaches to incomes policy. By controlling wages and prices, governments hope to control inflation and prevent extremes in the business cycle. Countries with highly centralized methods of setting wages tend to have the greatest degree of public or collective regulation of wage and price levels. For example, wage settlements in The Netherlands must be approved by the government, and price increases are investigated by the Ministry of Economic Affairs. Other countries, including the U.S., have also made efforts at restraining wage and price increases, usually seeking the voluntary cooperation of management and labour. In the U.S., wage-price controls were instituted by Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt during World War II and by Pres. Richard M. Nixon in the early 1970s, when high inflation combined with rising unemployment to create instability
maximum wage
A state-enforced limit on how much an individual can earn
minimum wage
The lowest rate at which an employer can legally pay an employee; usually expressed as pay per hour
tip wage credit
A monetary benefit to an employer under this law
tip wage credit
A law that allows an employer to count tips received by an employee toward the latter's minimum wage
wages
one's total income for a time period
wages
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wage
wages
plural form of wage
wages
{n} hire or reward of service
Award wage
A rate of pay set by an industrial court or tribunal for a particular occupation
competitive wage rate
A payment to employees for work that is generally equivalent to the payment made to others performing similar work
reservation wage
(Ekonomi) Reservation Wage is a concept in Labor economics which suggests that each worker has a specific wage rate whereby they are induced to perform paid market work. Wages offered below a worker's reservation wage would keep said worker from participating in the labor force
waged
Waged is the past tense and past participle of wage
waged
past of , wage
waged
Waged workers receive money regularly for doing a job. Waged work is work that you are paid to do. the influx of women into the waged workforce They want secure, waged employment
wages
{i} compensation for work; just reward, recompense
wages
That part of wealth which is the return to labor
wages
The share of the annual product or national dividend which goes as a reward to labor, as distinct from the remuneration received by capital in its various forms
wages
An amount paid to workers, generally on an hourly basis Wages are a workers income
wages
One of the four products contained in P E I Job Futures This product, the 2000 Wage and Salary Survey, provides information on wages paid by employers in Prince Edward Island by detailed occupation Click here for definitions of the terms used in the 2000 Wage and Salary Survey
wages
The payment for work or services to workers - the money people are paid at their jobs
wages
The general term applied to the earnings of the factor of production, labour
wages
See Wage, n
wages
Any earnings paid for services rendered to a public employer in New York City or New York State
wages
include salary or any other pecuniary remuneration as may be prescribed
wages
Employee earnings
wages
Labor's share of profit
wages
Dollars paid based on the number of hours worked
wages
include every form of remuneration payable for a given period to an employee for personal services The term includes the market value of board, lodging, laundry, fuel, and any other advantage that can be estimated in money which the employee receives from the employer as part of the employee's remuneration
wages
This economic or technical sense of the word wages is broader than the current sense, and includes not only amounts actually paid to laborers, but the remuneration obtained by those who sell the products of their own work, and the wages of superintendence or management, which are earned by skill in directing the work of others
wages
a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing; "the wages of sin is death"; "virtue is its own reward
wages
A compensation given to a hired person for services; price paid for labor; recompense; hire
wages
ones total income for a time period
wages
a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing; "the wages of sin is death"; "virtue is its own reward"
wages
Payment made to employees of a business for their work on behalf of the business
wages
the economic return on labor
wages
plural of wage
wages
money earned for an hour's or day's or week's work (by shop and factory workers, etc )
wages
Money paid to employees in exchange for their labour •Employment
waging
present participle of wage
wage

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    weyc

    Zıt anlamlılar

    cease, halt, stop

    Telaffuz

    /ˈwāʤ/ /ˈweɪʤ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'wAj ] (noun.) 14th century. Anglo-Norman, from Old Northern French wage, a northern variant of Old French gauge, gage, from Frankish *waddi, wadja (cognate with Old English wedd), from Proto-Germanic *wadjo, *wadi- (“pledge”) from Proto-Indo-European *wadh- (“to pledge, redeem a pledge”). Akin to Old Norse veþja "to pledge", Gothic wadi. More at wed.

    Zamanlar

    wages, waging, waged

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    wage labor

    Videolar

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    ... let's pay them a good wage; let's make sure that we're ...

    Günün kelimesi

    gastronome