verb (used with object), re·mu·ner·at·ed, re·mu·ner·at·ing.
- remuera tractor,
- remy martin,
Origin of remunerate
Examples from the Web for remunerated
Members of Congress will be remunerated for their public services.Mr. Punch's Irish Humour|Charles Keene, Various
The camarlingo, or camerario, was remunerated even more slightly, and much in the same way.The Two First Centuries of Florentine History|Pasquale Villari
These masters were to be remunerated out of the common fund of the cathedral church.Education in England in the Middle Ages|Albert William Parry
They were remunerated partly by fees and partly by salaries.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
There is the further advantage of a considerable variety of ways whereby the daughter may be remunerated for what she does.Farm Boys and Girls|William Arch McKeever
Word Origin for remunerate
1520s, "pay for work or services," back-formation from remuneration or else from Latin remuneratus, past participle of remunerari (later remunerare) "repay, reward" (see remuneration). Related: Remunerated; remunerating.