Something, such as a payment, that remunerates.(noun)
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Use "remuneration" in a sentence
"August 7 then appears and blocks their way, saying that his remuneration is to talk about the secrets behind magic tricks (sounds like a lame and easy payment), but he says its torture for a magician like him to do that but he can use real magic in return."
"Former Chief Executive Tony Hayward , former head of Exploration and Production Andy Inglis and current Chief Executive Robert Dudley will receive no cash bonus for 2010 and no shares under the long-term remuneration plan running from 2008 to 2010, BP said in its annual report to shareholders."
"On top of this, and to trigger his long-term remuneration and pension, the new CEO starts off with £4.46 million worth of shares, 420% of his salary, for 2011."