- a thing given in recognition of service, effort, or achievement；a fair return for good or bad behaviour
- give something to (someone) in recognition of their services, efforts, or achievements；show one's appreciation of (an action or quality)
noun: reward, plural noun: rewards
verb: reward, 3rd person present: rewards, gerund or present participle: rewarding, past tense: rewarded, past participle: rewarded
- 1. a thing given in recognition of service, effort, or achievement:
the holiday was a reward for 40 years' service with the company
he's reaping the rewards of his hard work and perseverance
- 2. a fair return for good or bad behaviour:
a slap on the face was his reward for his cheek
- 3. a sum offered for information leading to the solving of a crime, the detection of a criminal, etc.:
the police are offering a reward of up to one thousand pounds for information leading to an arrest and conviction
- 1. give something to (someone) in recognition of their services, efforts, or achievements:
the engineer who supervised the work was rewarded with the MBE
- 2. show one's appreciation of (an action or quality):
an effective organization rewards creativity and initiative
- 3. receive what one deserves:
their hard work was rewarded by the winning of a five-year contract
... profits, with their executives (3) richly rewarded. Try think and judge on the passive voice=richly rewarded; hence eg:-with...
Solitude is its own reward. 初步可以這麼翻譯: 遺世獨立是它本身自得的報償. 註: 確切精準的語意, 要...2012-10-09 09:48:34 補充： 訂正筆誤: 意思相當於Solitude IS a reward to itself.
... you’ve done will pay off. 你所做的將會有所回饋 You’ll be rewarded by what you’ve done. 人當主詞用被動表示「得到報酬」 What you...