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Meanings of Remuda:

noun

A herd of horses that have been saddle-broken, from which ranch hands choose their mounts for the day.

Usage examples:

In 1996 the stuart won the best remuda award, given by the aqha and the national cattleman's beef a…

Remudas

rəˈmuːdə

Meanings of Remudas:

noun

A herd of horses that have been saddle-broken, from which ranch hands choose their mounts for the day.

Usage examples:

In 1996 the stuart won the best remuda award, given by the aqha and the national cattleman's beef a…

Meanings of Remunerability:

noun

The fact of being able to be remunerated or rewarded.

Meanings of Remunerable:

adjective

That may be remunerated or rewarded; deserving of remuneration or reward.

Remunerate

rɪˈmjuː.nər.eɪt

Meanings of Remunerate:

verb

Pay (someone) for services rendered or work done.

Usage examples:

They should be remunerated fairly for their work

Meanings of Remunerated:

verb

Pay (someone) for services rendered or work done.

Usage examples:

They should be remunerated fairly for their work

Meanings of Remunerates:

verb

Pay (someone) for services rendered or work done.

Usage examples:

They should be remunerated fairly for their work

Meanings of Remunerating:

verb

Pay (someone) for services rendered or work done.

Usage examples:

They should be remunerated fairly for their work

Meanings of Remuneration:

noun

Money paid for work or a service.

Usage examples:

They work in excess of their contracted hours for no additional remuneration

Remunerations

rɪˌmjuːnəˈreɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Remunerations:

noun

Money paid for work or a service.

Usage examples:

They work in excess of their contracted hours for no additional remuneration

Remunerative

rɪˈmjuː.nər.ə.tɪv

Meanings of Remunerative:

adjective

Financially rewarding; lucrative.

Usage examples:

Highly remunerative activities

Remuneratively

rɪˈmjuː.nər.ə.tɪv.li

Meanings of Remuneratively:

adverb

Profitably.

Meanings of Remunerativeness:

noun

The quality of providing remuneration or reward, especially profitability.

Meanings of Remunerator:

noun

A person who or organization which provides remuneration or reward.

Meanings of Remunerators:

noun

A person who or organization which provides remuneration or reward.

Meanings of Remuneratory:

adjective

That provides or is concerned with remuneration or reward; affording or given in remuneration; remunerative.

Meanings of Remurmur:

verb

To repeat (sounds, words, etc.) in a murmur; to murmur (something) repeatedly.

Meanings of Remus:

proper noun

The twin brother of romulus.

Meanings of Remuster:

noun

A second or subsequent muster; the action or an instance of remustering.

verb

To summon, gather up, or call into play (one's skills, courage, enthusiasm, etc.) again.

Meanings of Remutation:

noun

Originally: the action of changing back again. in later use: (an instance of) further mutation.

Ren

ɑːriːˈɛn

Meanings of Ren:

abbreviation

Ringer equivalent number, a measure of the load a device will place on a telephone line. the maximum ren allowed on a single line is usually limited by telephone companies.

Meanings of Renable:

adjective

Of an action, task, etc.: flowing smoothly; easily performed.

Meanings of Renably:

adverb

Fluently, readily. now also in weakened sense: well.

Renaissance

rɪˈneɪs(ə)ns

Meanings of Renaissance:

noun

The revival of european art and literature under the influence of classical models in the 14th–16th centuries.

Usage examples:

With the arrival of the sforza in the mid-15th century, milan began to develop a renaissance style,…

Meanings of Renaissancist:

noun

A scholar who specializes in the study of the renaissance period.

adjective

Of or relating to the renaissance period.

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