pittance - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "pittance" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

pittance / жалкие гроши, подачка, скудное вспомоществование
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жалкие гроши
pittance, a mere pittance
pittance, dole
скудное вспомоществование
имя существительное
a very small or inadequate amount of money paid to someone as an allowance or wage.
It does give some money - a pittance - to some boys and girls.
To get a pittance of a welfare subsidy, you must work 4 hours a day.
Two of the world's richest men, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, say they'll leave what amounts to a pittance to their children.
It does give some money - a pittance - to some boys and girls.
These workers are paid a pittance for doing vital work in hospitals.
With a pittance of a salary, how could they be enthused to become proactive people?
Now, the agencies pay them only a pittance and pocket part of the amount collected from those who want to engage home nurses.
Hotels are a pittance , the national park is free, and there's mini-golf, ice cream cones and bowling to boot.
Labor's election promises, which amounted to a pittance spread out over a number of years, convinced few voters.
CARILLION IS raking in profits while paying its workers a pittance .
Since then Northwest has posted record profits and awarded huge pay increases to top executives, while offering a pittance to workers.