English to Catalan Meaning of stipend - estipendi

Stipend :

ocupació, comerç, estipendi, funció, carrera, treball, concessió, diners ració, pagar, sou, salari, degut

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Definitions of stipend in English
Noun(1) a sum of money allotted on a regular basis; usually for some specific purpose
Examples of stipend in English
(1) We could go anywhere and have tuition paid while receiving a small stipend to help with living expenses.(2) It might embrace paying the artist a regular stipend or retainer in return for exclusive rights to sell their paintings.(3) Usually the farmer will be paid a regular stipend - like a wage - rather than for the produce itself.(4) The Webwatcher program is free for participants, who also receive a stipend to cover expenses.(5) Most fellowships do not provide stipends above the salary of a junior faculty member, and there is often nothing in place for the institution to supplement their pay, he says.(6) Percentage of departments providing stipends , expense reimbursement, and recognition for participating faculty was between those in the other two groups.(7) The junior doctors are demanding better amenities in all three medical colleges and the dental college, implementation of the senior residency scheme and regular payment of stipends .(8) Compared to the other groups, a smaller proportion of departments provided stipends for, or reimbursed the expenses of, faculty participating in international exchanges.(9) That was before the Church Commissioner equalised the stipends of the clergy.(10) The regime raised the stipends of clergy and restored a number of ecclesiastical properties to the orders.(11) The fellowship program provides summer stipends for Villanova law students working without pay for public interest organizations.(12) The low level of clergy stipends is often justified on the basis that the ├ö├ç├┐free house├ö├ç├û that goes with the job is worth an extra Ôö¼├║6,000 to Ôö¼├║7,000 a year.(13) He did not restore to the Church the lands confiscated by the revolutionaries, but compensated the clergy by paying their stipends from the coffers of the state, which served to make them even more dependent on the state.(14) The rise was ├ö├ç├┐three per cent - a percentage in line with the rise in stipends for all clergymen,├ö├ç├û he said.(15) Do the math, and that's just $218,000 to cover salaries, apprentice stipends and all other operating costs.(16) A major problem for implementing funds of knowledge has been finding resources to provide stipends to teachers, and this study provided the means to do so.
Related Phrases of stipend
(1) stipend ::
1. occupation ::
2. trade ::
3. stipend ::
4. function ::
5. career ::
6. work ::
7. allowance ::
8. ration money ::
diners ració
9. pay ::
10. salary ::
12. wage ::
13. due ::
Different Forms
stipend, stipends
Word Example from TV Shows
It's not an allowance. It's a stipend.

It's not an allowance. It's a STIPEND.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 6

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