incent/incenticize

Hebrew translation: "letamretz" - lamed, taf, mem, reish, tzadik (sofit)

18:10 Dec 13, 1999
English to Hebrew translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: incent/incenticize
A new buzzword, at least here in Silicon Valley...

ex.
In a startup, it is important to properly *incent/incenticize* your team.

Similar to "motivate", but suggests giving something material--stock ownership, etc.

Is there an equivalent buzzword in Hebrew?
Henry Dotterer
United States
Local time: 21:19
Hebrew translation:"letamretz" - lamed, taf, mem, reish, tzadik (sofit)
Explanation:
Comes from "tamritz", incentive.

I guess the correct English should be "incentivize". "Correct" being a figure of speech here...
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Ury Vainsencher
Israel
Local time: 04:19
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na"letamretz" - lamed, taf, mem, reish, tzadik (sofit)
Ury Vainsencher


  

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"letamretz" - lamed, taf, mem, reish, tzadik (sofit)


Explanation:
Comes from "tamritz", incentive.

I guess the correct English should be "incentivize". "Correct" being a figure of speech here...

Ury Vainsencher
Israel
Local time: 04:19
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 4
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