Chinese English Dictionary

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奖励 in English:

1. reward reward

Let's split the reward fifty-fifty.
Every effort deserves a reward.
I'm patching things up for your mistake so it's only natural that I get a reward appropriate to my labours.
I am against using death as a punishment. I am also against using it as a reward.
The reward is dependent on your success.
Nor should we reward the refugees with refugee status or permanent residence.
For every £100 you spend with your card, we will give you five reward points.
Oh how refreshingly honest! But I think a small reward is in order, don't you?
For most people, getting a better job is reward enough.
We will encourage and reward innovation and entrepreneurship.
When you are training a dog, give it a reward when it is obedient and it will learn quickly.
I find my work rewarding
Our employer rewards good performance.
1) something good that you get or experience because you have worked hard, behaved well, etc 2) When I was a child, my mother would always reward me with a chocolate.
This is definitely, 'The good you do for others is good you do yourself'! It's a reward because I was helpful!