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remunerate (one) for (something)

1. To provide one financial compensation in return for goods provided or services rendered. If you aren't willing to remunerate me for my contributions, then I'll be forced to take legal action against you. Would you mind helping me with my tax return? I will of course remunerate you for your time.
2. To provide one financial compensation as a repayment for some incurred costs or losses. The company will remunerate you for any costs you incur on your trip. The court directed him to remunerate his neighbor for the damage he had caused.
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remunerate someone for something

 
1. to pay someone for something. Of course, I will remunerate you for your time. She was promptly remunerated for the hours she spent working on the project.
2. to repay someone for money spent. I will remunerate you for the cost of the book if you will give me the receipt. Please remunerate me for the charges as soon as possible.
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La Nueva Economia de la Naturaleza: La Busqueda por Hacer la Conservacion Economicamente Remunerable
In October 1991, it was raised from 5 to 13 percent (5 percent without interest, and 7 percent remunerable at the rate of 10 percent).
While different modules can be developed for distribution of profits, most of them are based on (a) calculation of average non-interest based earning assets and average remunerable PLS liabilities, (b) calculation of average amount of shareholders + equity of the bank, (c) calculation of distributable non-interest based income, (d) decision about the basis of distribution of non-interest based income between the gross amount of PLS liabilities (calculated at (a) and shareholders+equity (calculated at (b), and (d) on application of weightages on the basis of varying maturities of deposits and calculation of rates of profits and percent per annum.
In addition to these explicit taxes on banking, the (non-interest earning) required reserve and the (partly remunerable) liquidity reserve impose a substantial implicit tax on banks.(32) Table 18 provides a typical example of the most important elements of the spread between a non-preferential lending rate and an average bank deposit interest rate.
Las implicaciones socioculturales de salidas de las familias de la comunidad de origen a la ciudad; el racismo latente en las escuelas por no hablar el espanol y por hablar la lengua indigena; los esfuerzos que estan haciendo su padres para que estudien una carrera; las experiencias escolares de como estan cursando una carrera para llegar a tener una estabilidad laboral y conseguir un ingreso economico remunerable en tiempos de crisis laboral; las decepciones amorosas que han experimentado en el transcurso de sus vidas, el sentido de la responsabilidad en el trabajo, en la escuela y la familia.