reward

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 [rɪˈwɔːrd]


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reward

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [large, small, huge, meager, disappointing, handsome, fair] reward
  2. a [large] reward for her [efforts]
  3. got his just rewards
  4. got his just reward for his [effort, patience, generosity]
  5. [financial, professional, emotional, personal] reward
  6. police are offering a [$1 million] reward (for)
  7. [give out, receive] a reward
  8. seeing her child [graduate, become successful] was her biggest reward
  9. [virtue, hard work, parenting] is its own reward
  10. the [job, position, post] offers considerable financial reward
  11. a reward for [passing, winning, taking part]
  12. a reward for [turning, handing] in the [purse, wallet]
  13. a reward for finding the missing [person, girl, boy, cat, dog]
  14. a reward for (valuable) [information, clues, leads]
n as adj
  1. a reward [card, scheme, program, system]
  2. the reward money
v
  1. reward her (for) her [good behavior, high performance, efforts]
  2. reward [your dog, the child, him] a with a [toy, treat]
  3. reward the [company, worker, student]
  4. rewards those who [can, do, are, make]
  5. rewarded him handsomely [by, with, for]
  6. rewards excellence
  7. reward and [recognized, promote, punish, encourage]
  8. reward or [punish, penalize, sanction]
  9. rewarded by the [owner, teacher, police, company]
  10. rewarded with [miles, cash]
  11. [should, will] be rewarded
  12. [eventually, immediately, handsomely, suitably] rewarded
  13. [generously, adequately] rewarded
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