remunerate

Remunerate vs Investigate - What's the difference?

remunerate | investigate |


As verbs the difference between remunerate and investigate

is that remunerate is to compensate; to pay while investigate is to inquire into or study in order to ascertain facts or information.

Remunerate vs Interrogate - What's the difference?

remunerate | interrogate |


As verbs the difference between remunerate and interrogate

is that remunerate is to compensate; to pay while interrogate is to question or quiz, especially in a thorough and/or aggressive manner.

Remunerator vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

remunerator | remunerate |

Remunerator is a related term of remunerate.


As a noun remunerator

is one who remunerates.

As a verb remunerate is

to compensate; to pay.

Remunerably vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

remunerably | remunerate | Related terms |

Remunerably is a related term of remunerate.

Remunerable vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

remunerable | remunerate |

Remunerable is a related term of remunerate.


As an adjective remunerable

is capable of being remunerated.

As a verb remunerate is

to compensate; to pay.

Remunerability vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

remunerability | remunerate | Related terms |

Remunerability is a related term of remunerate.

Pay vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

pay | remunerate |


As verbs the difference between pay and remunerate

is that pay is to give money or other compensation to in exchange for goods or services or pay can be (nautical|transitive) to cover (the bottom of a vessel, a seam, a spar, etc) with tar or pitch, or a waterproof composition of tallow, resin, etc; to smear while remunerate is to compensate; to pay.

As a noun pay

is money given in return for work; salary or wages.

As an adjective pay

is operable or accessible on deposit of coins.

Compensate vs Remunerate - What's the difference?

compensate | remunerate |


As verbs the difference between compensate and remunerate

is that compensate is to pay or reward someone in exchange for work done or some other consideration while remunerate is to compensate; to pay.

Remunerate vs Renumerate - What's the difference?

remunerate | renumerate | Anagrams |

Renumerate is an anagram of remunerate.

Remunerate is an anagram of renumerate.


As verbs the difference between remunerate and renumerate

is that remunerate is to compensate; to pay while renumerate is (obsolete|transitive) to recount (count again).

Remunerate vs Remuneration - What's the difference?

remunerate | remuneration |

Remunerate is a related term of remuneration.


As a verb remunerate

is to compensate; to pay.

As a noun remuneration is

something given in exchange for goods or services rendered.

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