Definition of remuneratory in English:

remuneratory

adjective

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

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Angell Day (fl. 1563–1595), stationer and writer. Either from post-classical Latin remuneratorius affording remuneration, or from remunerate + -ory, perhaps partly after Middle French remuneratoire. Compare Spanish remuneratorio, Portuguese remuneratório.

Pronunciation

remuneratory

/rɪˈmjuːn(ə)rət(ə)ri/