Pronunciation of Remunerate
/ɹ_ɪ_m_j_ˈuː_n_ə_ɹ_ˌeɪ_t/, /ɹɪmjˈuːnəɹˌe͡ɪt/, /ɹɪmjˈuːnəɹˌeɪt/
Antonyms for remunerate:
acquit, deny, refuse, steal, worsen, stiff, absolve, withhold, slight, downslide, seize, pardon, lose, punish, deprive, penalize, excuse, take, take away, fine, overlook, neglect, forfeit, dissatisfy, extort, earn, charge, pass over, forgive, forget.
Usage examples for remunerate:
- But when the rise in the price of corn is the effect of the difficulty of production, profits will fall; for the manufacturer will be obliged to pay more wages, and will not be enabled to remunerate himself by raising the price of his manufactured commodity. - "On The Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation", David Ricardo.
- Prague ought not only to strive to retain this precious man, but also to remunerate him; for without this the history of a great genius is sad indeed.... - "Character", Samuel Smiles.
Idioms for remunerate:
- remunerate sm for sth;
Rhymes for remunerate:
- plate, taitt, pait, ate, pate, date, great, gate, skate, grate, rait, hate, speight, tait, mate, sate, eight, prate, weight, fait, fate, straight, slate, streight, fete, wait, rate, wayt, freight, kate, bait, bate, nate, waite, plait, late, aydt, cate, trait, strait, gait, tate, state, chait, spate, hait, crate;
- gestate, tri-state, inflate, kuwait, est, upstate, deflate, conflate, oblate, debate, equate, dilate, abate, negate, misstate, irate, berate, dictate, ornate, belate, sedate, restate, reflate, innate, update, relate, collate, predate, create, prorate, elate, estate, translate, await, postdate, lightweight;
- overrate, conjugate, solid-state, procreate, desecrate, interstate, overweight, silverplate, reinstate, underrate, intrastate;
- recriminate, interrelate, demodulate;