Definition of index-linking in English:

index-linking

noun

British
  • See index-linked

    • ‘Assuming no growth in the value of the fund over the 18 years, the total value of all contributions (let's not complicate things yet by index-linking them) would be €10,800.’
    • ‘It includes provisions which are not found in normal private sector occupational pension schemes, of which full index-linking of pensions is only one.’
    • ‘But she said the establishment of a regulator would have to be combined with index-linking the licence fee.’
    • ‘This substantially increases the value of such an arrangement both to the claimant and the insurer, and the possibility of index-linking removes the problem of inflation eroding the lump sum award.’
    • ‘‘The introduction of index-linking would counter this,’ he said.’

Pronunciation

index-linking

/ˌɪndɛksˈlɪŋkɪŋ/