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stipend
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
stipend /'staipend/
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Concise Dictionary
stipends'staɪpənd /-pend
noun
+a sum of money allotted on a regular basis; usually for some specific purpose
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
pay, salary, payment, remuneration, remittance, recompense, compensation, reward, emolument, earnings, income; grant, subvention, scholarship, subsidy, allowance, allotment, (financial) support:
His stipend barely covers his basic expenses.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
(formal) an amount of money that is paid regularly to sb, especially a priest, as wages or money to live on: an annual / monthly stipend + (especially AmE) a summer internship with a small stipend


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