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pension(
pehn
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shihn
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
noun
1. (payment)
a. la pensión
(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
(F)
Fred will begin receiving his pension when he turns 62.Fred comenzará a cobrar su pensión cuando cumpla los 62.
b. la jubilación
(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
(F)
The company offers a generous pension for employees with 30 years of service.La empresa ofrece una jubilación generosa a los empleados con 30 años de servicio.
2. (room and board)
a. la pensión
(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
(F)
Jackie has full pension at the university's dormitory.Jackie tiene una pensión completa en el dormitorio de la universidad.
3. (establishment)
a. la pensión
(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
(F)
The backpacker looked for a pension for the night.El mochilero buscó una pensión para pasar la noche.
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
4. (to pay a pension to; used with "off")
a. jubilar
The company pensioned her off a few years earlier than normal due to her ill health.La empresa la jubiló unos años antes de lo normal debido a su mala salud.
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pension
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
Noun
1. (general)
a. la pensión
(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
(F)
to be on a pensioncobrar una pensión
pension fundfondo de pensiones
pension schemeplan de jubilación or de pensiones
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pension [ˈpenʃən]
noun
pensión (f)
a weekly pension of £52 struggling by on a pension
to claim/draw one's or a pension solicitar/estar cobrando una pensión
when he's 65 he can claim his pension by the time that happens I could be drawing my pension he will be able to draw an annual pension of $75,000 you will not receive this until your husband draws his pension to [live] on a pension when I met her she was living on a small pension from her husband's company living on a pension is not easy if you are used to a comfortable lifestyle
to retire on a pension jubilarse
/people who've been retired on a pension/ will find it difficult to make mortgage payments based on a previous salary
to retire on full pension retirarse con toda la jubilación
he had been offered the opportunity to resign on full pension she will be 65 before she can retire on a pension
company pension plan (m) de pensiones de la empresa
some people have been persuaded to switch from their excellent company pensions to private scheme to be in/join a company pension scheme
disability/invalidity pension pensión (f) de invalidez
he had only a meagre disability pension, and a tiny income inherited from his parents he has drawn a disability pension ever since crashing his motor scooter you are entitled to £46.90 a week invalidity pension from the state if you are off work for more than six months nearly 40 per cent of former EC employees who are claiming invalidity pensions have had to retire because of psychological or psychiatric reasons
old age pension (pensión (f) de) jubilación (f); retiro (m)
his party is advocating the abolition of the old-age pension the motion also advocates bringing old age pensions into line with levels in the rest of the European Community
personal or private pension plan (m) de pensiones personal
you can choose one of the many private pensions on offer to supplement your basic retirement pension we advise self-employed people to take out a personal pension plan she had not thought to contribute to one of the private pension schemes the report says that after years of contributing to private pension plans and the Social Security system, women still face bias in payouts
retirement pension retiro (m); (pensión (f) de) jubilación (f)
the basic retirement pension is not enough to live on people who have retired since April 1979 receive a small additional pension, on top of their basic retirement pension
state pension pensión (f) estatal
a retired judge living on a state pension she found she did not qualify for a state pension
war pension pensión (f) de guerra
the army maintained that, although his mental illness had coincided with his war service, it had not been caused by it, so he was not entitled to a war pension disabled ex-servicemen are having to wait up to two years for war pensions as civil servants pass files to each other up to 30 times
widow's pension pensión (f) de viudedad
she had to look for work to supplement her widow's pension widows without dependent children who are aged less than 45 on the day their husband dies are not entitled to a widow's pension many old people receive occupational pensions in addition to their basic retirement pension most occupational pension schemes offer a defined, guaranteed level of benefit
transitive verb
(allow to retire) jubilar; (give pension) pagar una pensión a
industry provided jobs for the workers, financed their mortgages, pensioned some of the retired he was pensioned out of the fire service with a knee injury
modifier
pension benefits (n) pensión (f); dinero que se cobra de la misma
PENSIONERS formerly employed by Imperial Tobacco, taken over by Hanson in 1986, yesterday won their High Court battle to protect pension benefits workers age 62 or older can retire with full pension benefits the company began laying people off who were nearly eligible for full pension benefits in order to save money
pension book (n) libreta (f) de pensión
two robbers snatched an 88-year-old man's pension book
pension contributions (n) aportaciones (m) a la pensión
tax relief on pension contributions the company went bust, leaving its 60 workers wondering what had happened to their pension contributions [employer]'s/[employee]'s pension contributions
pension fund (n) fondo (m) de pensiones
now, after paying into a pension fund since 1960, their future looks grim our workers' pension funds are the largest owners of corporate America pension fund [assets] their pension fund assets were temporarily frozen by the courts investigators are looking into the question of missing pension fund assets pension fund [manager] insurance companies and other pension fund managers are pulling out of real estate investments across the country pension fund [trustee] is the first allegiance of pension fund trustees to the members of the scheme or to the company who funds it?
pension plan (n) plan (m) de pensiones
pension rights (n) derechos (m) de pensión
paying Class 3 voluntary National Insurance contributions protects your pension rights women factory workers fighting for equal pension rights Kershaw had been dismissed with loss of pension rights in theory I should have 32 years pension rights
pension scheme (n) plan (m) de pensiones
you may think that investing in a pension scheme is not a particularly thrilling prospect you can transfer to a new pension scheme if you change your job many people contribute to a pension scheme throughout their working lives
pension [ˈpɔ̃sjɔ̃]
noun
(hotel) pensión (f)
he had stayed at the Pension Magritte for a fortnight a quiet friendly Austrian pension
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