remunerate

Refund vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

refund | remunerate |


As verbs the difference between refund and remunerate

is that refund is to return (money) to (someone); to reimburse while remunerate is to compensate; to pay.

As a noun refund

is an amount of money returned.

Enumerate vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

enumerate | remunerate |


As verbs the difference between enumerate and remunerate

is that enumerate is to specify each member of a sequence individually in incrementing order while remunerate is to compensate; to pay.

Remunerate vs Compensation - What's the difference?

remunerate | compensation |


As a verb remunerate

is to compensate; to pay.

As a noun compensation is

the act or principle of compensating.

Replace vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

replace | remunerate |


As verbs the difference between replace and remunerate

is that replace is while remunerate is to compensate; to pay.

Reciprocate vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

reciprocate | remunerate |


As verbs the difference between reciprocate and remunerate

is that reciprocate is to mutually give and take something; to interchange while remunerate is to compensate; to pay.

Remunerate vs Satisfy - What's the difference?

remunerate | satisfy | Synonyms |

Remunerate is a synonym of satisfy.


As verbs the difference between remunerate and satisfy

is that remunerate is to compensate; to pay while satisfy is to do enough for; to meet the needs of; to fulfill the wishes or requirements of.

Remunerate vs Punish - What's the difference?

remunerate | punish | Related terms |

Remunerate is a related term of punish.


As verbs the difference between remunerate and punish

is that remunerate is to compensate; to pay while punish is to cause to suffer for crime or misconduct, to administer disciplinary action.

Remunerate vs Counterbalance - What's the difference?

remunerate | counterbalance | Related terms |

Remunerate is a related term of counterbalance.


As verbs the difference between remunerate and counterbalance

is that remunerate is to compensate; to pay while counterbalance is to apply weight in order to balance an opposing weight.

As a noun counterbalance is

(literally) a weight that is put in opposition to an equal weight so it keeps that in balance.

Remunerate - What does it mean?

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Repay vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

repay | remunerate | Related terms |

Repay is a related term of remunerate.


As verbs the difference between repay and remunerate

is that repay is to pay back while remunerate is to compensate; to pay.

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