简明英汉词典

bonus
[5bEunEs]
n.
奖金, 红利

基本词义

BONUS
=Boling Nuclear Superheat Reactor 沸腾式过热核反应堆

美国传统词典[双解]

bonus
bo.nus
AHD:[b?“n…s]
D.J.[6boun*s]
K.K.[6bon*s]
n.(名词)
【复数】 bo.nus.es

(1)

Something given or paid in addition to what is usual or expected.
额外给予的东西:在平常或斯望之外附加给的东西

(2)

A sum of money or the equivalent given to an employee in addition to the employee's usual compensation.
奖金:给雇员的工资以外的一笔钱或相应的东西

(3)

A sum of money in addition to salary that is given to a professional athlete for signing up with a team.
津贴:职业运动员与队里签约后薪水之外应得的一笔钱

(4)

A subsidy from a government to an industry.
补助费:政府给予工矿企业的补助

(5)

A premium, as of stock, that is given by a corporation to another party, such as a purchaser of its securities.
余利:由公司给另一些人(比如购买本公司的证券者)的股息余利

(6)

A sum of money that is paid by a corporation in excess of interest or royalties charged for the granting of a privilege or a loan to that corporation.
红包:由公司付给因授予特权或贷款给本公司的利息或版税以外的一笔钱

语源
From Latin [good] * see deu- 2
源自 拉丁语 [好的] *参见 deu- 2

参考词汇

(1)

bonusbountysubsidypremiumprizerewardgratuity

(2)

Each of these nouns denotes a form of extra payment.
这些名词都代表一种附加报酬形式。

(3)

Bonus usually applies to money in excess of what is normally received or strictly due, given especially in recognition of superior effort or achievement or as a share in profits:
Bonus 通常用来指在正常所得或严格规定之外多出的钱,特别是作为对超常的努力或成就的一种认可或利润的分享:
Those who put in many hours of overtime will receive a percentage of their salary as a bonus. A
那些付出许多加班时间的人将得到相当于其工资的一部分作为奖金。

(4)

bounty is a sum of money offered by a government for the performance of a special service considered to be desirable:
bounty 是指政府给予那些圆满完成特殊任务的人的钱:
The sheriff announced a bounty of 15 dollars for the pelt of every coyote killed.
那位长官宣布每张杀死的狼皮付15美元的赏金。

(5)

Subsidy refers to a grant from a government in support of an enterprise regarded as being in the public interest:
Subsidy 指政府支持公益事业的经费:
The university will receive a subsidy for research in artificial intelligence. A
那个大学将得到一笔人工智能研究的补助费。

(6)

premium is generally something given as an incentive:
premium 常是作为刺激性的诱因给出:
“Brown & Williamson . . . has been a pioneer in direct mail since it began offering premiums for coupons on its . . . packages” (ADWEEK). A
“布朗和威廉姆森公司…自从开始向邮寄包裹者赠送优惠券后开发了邮件直接投递业务” (广告周刊)。

(7)

prize is awarded for superiority or victory, as in a contest or competition:
Prize 是奖给优胜或胜利者的,比如竞争或竞赛的胜者:
“Every compulsion is put upon writers to become safe, polite, obedient, and sterile. In protest . . . I must decline the Pulitzer Prize” (Sinclair Lewis).
“每项强迫都使作家变得本份礼貌、顺从而不出成果。为了抗议…我必须拒绝普利策奖” (辛克莱·路易斯)。

(8)

Reward refers broadly to payment for a specific meritorious service:
Reward 广泛用于指付给一项明确的有利行为的钱:
A $10,000 reward was offered to anyone who could provide information useful in retrieving the stolen silver. A
将奖励任何能为追回被盗的银子提供线索的人10,000美元。

(9)

gratuity
gratuity

(10)

is a gift of money made in appreciation of services rendered:
是对提供的服务表示感激的钱:
Gratuities for waiters are included in the bill.
给侍者的小费包括在帐单中

现代英汉词典

bonus
[5bEJnEs]
n.

(1)

红利;奖金;额外津贴
The workers got a Christmas bonus.
工人得到圣诞节奖金。

(2)

意外收获
The win on the pools was a real bonus.
赌博赢钱真是意外收获。
We like our new house and it's a real bonus that there is a swimming pool nearby.
我们很喜欢自己的新房子,加上附近有座游泳池,真是好上加好。

现代英汉综合大辞典

bonus
[5bEunEs]
n.

(1)

奖金; 额外津贴

(2)

红利; 余利; 额外股息

(3)

政府给的退职金, 退役费; [美]出征奖金[保险等]

(4)

[口]意外的礼物; (购货时的)奉送品

(5)

附带的优点[好处]; 打牌中的得分[加分]
an army discharge bonus
退役费
Every purchaser of a pound of coffee received a box of cookies as a bonus.
每买一磅咖啡的人都得到一盒免费奉送的饼干。

特殊用法

accrued bonus
应计奖金

attendance bonus
加班奖金

capital bonus
股票股息

cash bonus
现金分红

cum bonus
附有红利

cumulative bonus
累积红利

December bonus
年终奖金

distribute bonus
分红

employees bonus
行员酬劳金, 雇员红利

export bonus
出口奖金

group bonus
团体奖金

long-service bonus
长期服务奖金

no claims bonus
无赔偿退款

production bonus
超定额生产奖金

quality bonus
品质奖金, 质量奖

share bonus
(以)股票(作)红利

special bonus
特别红利

stock bonus
红利股, 红股

territorial credit bonus
区域性信贷证券

year-end bonus
年终奖金

基本词义

BONUS
=Boling Nuclear Superheat Reactor 沸腾式过热核反应堆

英文相关词典

bonus
extra    more    premium    

[七国语言]英汉原子能大词典

bonus
核过热沸腾反应堆

美国传统词典

bonus
bo.nus
AHD:[b?“n…s]
D.J.[6boun*s]
K.K.[6bon*s]
n.
pl. bo.nus.es

(1)

Something given or paid in addition to what is usual or expected.

(2)

A sum of money or the equivalent given to an employee in addition to the employee's usual compensation.

(3)

A sum of money in addition to salary that is given to a professional athlete for signing up with a team.

(4)

A subsidy from a government to an industry.

(5)

A premium, as of stock, that is given by a corporation to another party, such as a purchaser of its securities.

(6)

A sum of money that is paid by a corporation in excess of interest or royalties charged for the granting of a privilege or a loan to that corporation.

语源
From Latin [good] * see deu- 2

参考词汇

(1)

bonus, bounty, subsidy, premium, prize, reward, gratuity

(2)

Each of these nouns denotes a form of extra payment.

(3)

Bonus usually applies to money in excess of what is normally received or strictly due, given especially in recognition of superior effort or achievement or as a share in profits:
Those who put in many hours of overtime will receive a percentage of their salary as a bonus. A

(4)

bounty is a sum of money offered by a government for the performance of a special service considered to be desirable:
The sheriff announced a bounty of 15 dollars for the pelt of every coyote killed.

(5)

Subsidy refers to a grant from a government in support of an enterprise regarded as being in the public interest:
The university will receive a subsidy for research in artificial intelligence. A

(6)

premium is generally something given as an incentive:
“Brown & Williamson . . . has been a pioneer in direct mail since it began offering premiums for coupons on its . . . packages” (ADWEEK). A

(7)

prize is awarded for superiority or victory, as in a contest or competition:
“Every compulsion is put upon writers to become safe, polite, obedient, and sterile. In protest . . . I must decline the Pulitzer Prize” (Sinclair Lewis).

(8)

Reward refers broadly to payment for a specific meritorious service:
A $10,000 reward was offered to anyone who could provide information useful in retrieving the stolen silver. A

(9)

gratuity

(10)

is a gift of money made in appreciation of services rendered:
Gratuities for waiters are included in the bill.

英汉船舶大词典

bonus
n.额外津贴,红利;n.奖金

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

Bonus
【WIN】加分

英汉法学大词典

bonus
n.定金 ,红利,红利

英汉航海大词典

bonus
n.奖金

英汉航空大词典

bonus
n.奖金,奖励佣金

英汉化学大词典

bonus
n.附带的优点,奖金,红利

英汉海运大词典

bonus
额外津贴红利奖金

基本词义

bonus
额外津贴n.额外津贴,红利奖金

基本词义

bonus
额外津贴,红利奖金

英汉经贸大词典

bonus
n.奖金

英汉计算机大词典

bonus
n.附带的优点(奖金,红利)

英汉建筑大词典

bonus
n.奖金,红利,额外的津贴

最新会计师英汉大词典

bonus
花红,红利,奖金

英汉能源大词典

bonus
n.附带的优点,奖金,红利

英汉水利大词典

bonus
n.红利,余利,奖金

英汉贸易大词典

bonus
奉送品(购货时另外给顾客的),额外股息,红利,花红,免费赠品,奖金

现代商务英汉大词典

bonus
奉送品(购货时另外给顾客的),额外股息,红利,花红,免费赠品,奖金

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