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wage

US [weɪdʒ]
UK [weɪdʒ]
  • v.发动
  • n.(通常指按周领的)工资
  • Web报酬;进行;薪水
Simple Present:wages  Present Participle:waging  Past Tense:waged  
wage
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1.
[sing]
(通常指按周领的)工资,工钱a regular amount of money that you earn, usually every week, for work or services
wages of £200 a week
一星期 200 英镑的工资
a weekly wage of £200
周薪 200 英镑
wage cuts
减薪
a wage increase of 3%
3% 的加薪
a wage rise of 3%
3% 的加薪
wage demands/claims/settlements
工资要求;工资和解协议
Wages are paid on Fridays.
每星期五发工资。
There are extra benefits for people on low wages .
低薪者有额外补助。
The staff have agreed to a voluntary wage freeze(= a situation in which wages are not increased for a time) .
全体员工已经同意自愿冻结工资。
v.
1.
开始,发动,进行,继续(战争、战斗等)to begin and continue a war, a battle, etc.
The rebels have waged a guerrilla war since 2007.
叛乱分子自 2007 年以来一直在进行游击战。
He alleged that a press campaign was being waged against him.
他声称有人正在对他发起新闻攻势。

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