The act of allowing, permitting, admitting, etc.
Something given or done to make up for injury, loss, etc. that one has caused
Money offered or given for some special service, such as the return of a lost article or the capture of a criminal.
The act of remunerating
Settlement of debt; discharge of obligation
(Informal) A person who is hired; employee
Wages, salary, or other recompense earned by working
An increase in wealth, earnings, etc.; profit; winnings
The injured party’s right to claim payment from the party with the duty.
Compensation or remuneration, as for damage or economic loss, required from a nation defeated in war.
Amends made, as for damage or loss.
A favor or gift, usually in the form of money, given in return for service.
A small sum of money given to someone for performing a service; a gratuity.
Money sent home, as to relatives, by persons working abroad
Fixed compensation for services, paid to a person on a regular basis.
A person considered with regard to his or her credit or reliability in discharging debts.
A payment as to a professional person for services on which no fee is set or legally obtainable
The amount of funds reserved to meet liabilities.
A result of considering; an opinion or a judgment:
An opposing claim, esp. one by a defendant against a plaintiff's claim in a lawsuit
Payment asked or given for professional services, admissions, licenses, tuition, etc.; charge
Discharge from a debt or obligation
The act or process of calculating the position of a ship or an aircraft.
Something that indemnifies; a compensation for loss.
Wages paid in addition to the compensation ordinarily given or required under an employment contract. A bonus is payment for services (such as for recognition of exceptional work performance) or on consideration, and is neither gift nor gratuity.
An interest payment, usually on a regular basis, on a loan.
A making good for loss, damages, or injury, by indemnifying the damaged party; return or restoring something to its lawful owner. Useful in both torts and contract law, restitution is sometimes used in criminal law as a condition of probation. A making good for loss, damages, or injury, by indemnifying the damaged party; return or restoring something to its lawful owner. Useful in both torts and contract law, restitution is sometimes used in criminal law as a condition of probation.
Mutual exchange; esp., exchange of special privileges between two countries, to the advantage of both, as mutual reduction of tariffs
A beneficial factor or combination of factors:
The sum remaining after all costs, direct and indirect, are deducted from the income of a business, the selling price, etc.
That which is helpful; advantage; financial assistance; gain; privilege; profit. That which is helpful; advantage; financial assistance; gain; privilege; profit.
A giving back of a portion of money received as payment, often as a result of coercion or an illicit agreement
A state of balance or equilibrium
The amount of money or its equivalent received during a period of time in exchange for labor or services, from the sale of goods or property, or as profit from financial investments.
The act of redressing; rectification or reformation.
(Econ.) The share of the total product of industry that goes to labor, as distinguished from the share taken by capital
Gain from employment or position; payment received for work; salary, wages, fees, etc.
A counterbalancing debt claimed by a debtor against a creditor
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