bonus

  1. anything that tends to arouse
  2. an additional payment (or other remuneration) to employees as a means of increasing output

Bonus

• (n.) A premium given for a loan, or for a charter or other privilege granted to a company; as the bank paid a bonus for its charter. • (n.) An extra dividend to the shareholders of a joint stock company, out of accumulated profits. • (n.) Money paid in addition to a stated compensation.
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bonus

fillip noun anything that tends to arouse; `his approval was an added fillip`
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Bonus

[basketball] In the sport of basketball, the bonus situation (also called the penalty situation) occurs when one team accumulates a requisite number of fouls, which number varies depending on the level of play. When one team has committed the requisite number of fouls, each subsequent foul results in the opposing team`s taking free throws r...
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Bonus

[Sirmium] == Biography == He resurfaces in 568-570 as a general. His exact position in the military hierarchy is uncertain, but the location of his activities at Sirmium, while still being in charge of the Danube limes, suggests the position of magister militum per Illyricum. The spring of 568 found the Avars besieging Sirmium. Bonus was in...
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Bonus

Bo'nus noun ; plural Bonuses [ Latin bonus good. Confer Bonny .] 1. (Law) A premium given for a loan, or for a charter or other privilege granted to a company; as the bank paid a bonus for its charter. Bouvier. 2. An extra dividend to...
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Bonus

A benefit provided by some companies to their employees. In good years, the company gives a lump sum of money (above and beyond salaries or wages) to employees, in a manner that varies from company to company (and year to year).
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Bonus

Additional payment of interest if defined conditions are met, typically if an investment is held for a certain term or if withdrawals are kept under a certain limit.
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Bonus

An attractive extra product or service added to the key infomercial product.
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bonus

An extra reward paid by employers to employees either at a certain time of the year such as at Christmas, or in recognition of a good performance. The bonuses can be anything from cash to a holiday or a valuable asset.
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Bonus

An extra sum of money given to an employee on top of their salary, often for achieving targets
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Bonus

Bonus is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Bonus

Bonus is British slang for a bribe.
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bonus

bonus, extra amount in money, bonds, or goods over what is normally due. The term is applied especially to payments to employees either for production in excess of the normal (wage incentive) or as a share of surplus profits. The wage incentive was designed during the late 19th cent. not only to inc...
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bonus

Compensation received by an employee for services performed. A bonus is given in addition to an employee's usual compensation.
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Bonus

In match play, pins awarded for winning the game, usually 30 or 50.
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Bonus

In some competitive play you get additional pins, a bonus, for winning the game or match; these pins
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bonus

Latin, meaning: good (melior better / optimus
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Bonus

Money paid by life insurance companies to policyholders based on endowment policies and... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/bonus.htm?id=167&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of bonus'>more</a>
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BONUS

Series of sensor-fused munitions, Bofors [SW]
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bonus

Usually refers to a non-guaranteed benefit added to life insurance policies. A company will usually have a lot of discretion over the level of bonuses it allocates to contracts. Once allocated, bonuses may or may not be reversed by the insurer in case the contract is terminated early.
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bonus

[n] - an additional payment (or other remuneration) to employees as a means of increasing output 2. [n] - anything that tends to arouse
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