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أجور مقطوعة

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07:07 Aug 4, 2010
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Arabic to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Accounting / Taxation
Arabic term or phrase: أجور مقطوعة
Lebanon. Tax Statement Form for a business. It says:

عدد العمال الذين يتقاضون أجور مقطوعة.
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Summary of answers provided
5flat rate
macyemen
5Pay Cut
Fadoua Abida
4lump sum wages
hassan zekry


  

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lump sum wages


Explanation:
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hassan zekry
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Pay Cut


Explanation:
pay cut - the act of reducing a salary

Example sentence(s):
  • the mayor proposed extensive cuts in the city budget

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Fadoua Abida
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flat rate


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flat fee

one-time payment


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