pension


pension
01. His [pension] when he retires will be approximately $800 a month.
02. The old man had to find a part-time job because his [pension] was not enough for him to live on.
03. Each month my employer matches my contribution to my [pension] plan, so I should have enough money when I retire to live comfortably.
04. We should start saving some money for the future because my [pension] won't be enough to support us when I retire.
05. If you retire before the age of 65, you will receive a reduced [pension].
06. Depending on the country, the age at which at person may draw a full [pension] ranges from 55 to 67 years of age.
07. In 1994, [pension] funds in Europe were estimated at about one trillion dollars.
08. In Austria, the [pension] insurance system has been reformed in order to raise the retirement age.
09. Janice has been receiving a disability [pension] ever since she broke her back in a car accident.
10. Despite her small [pension], my grandmother was always very generous with her grandchildren.
11. Will my wife still receive my [pension] if I die before her?
12. He contributes a small amount to his [pension] fund every month.
13. If I retire now, I will only receive about 65% percent of my [pension].
14. Politicians who serve at least 6 years in office receive a very generous [pension] upon retirement from politics.
15. In Finland, even those who have never had a job receive a [pension] when they reach the age of 65.
16. Denis Waitley once advised, "Chase your passion, not your [pension]."

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

Synonyms:
(from a government for past services), /


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  • pensión — sustantivo femenino 1. Cantidad de dinero que recibe una persona todos los meses por encontrarse en determinadas circunstancias: pensión de invalidez, pensión de viudedad. Han subido las pensiones de los jubilados. El padre no le pasa a su mujer… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • pension — pen·sion n: money paid under given conditions to a person following retirement or to surviving dependents see also defined benefit plan, defined contribution plan Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • pensión — (Del lat. pensĭo, ōnis). 1. f. Cantidad periódica, temporal o vitalicia, que la seguridad social paga por razón de jubilación, viudedad, orfandad o incapacidad. 2. Auxilio pecuniario que bajo ciertas condiciones se concede para estimular o… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

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  • pension — [pen′shən; ] for n [.] 3 [, ] Fr [ pän syōn′] n. [ME pensioun < MFr < L pensio, a paying < pp. of pendere, to weigh, pay, hang: see PENDANT] 1. a payment, not wages, made regularly to a person (or to his family) who has fulfilled certain …   English World dictionary

  • Pension — stammt über das frz. vom lat. pensio „Abwägen, Auszahlung, Abgabe“ ab und hat mehrere Bedeutungen, z. B.: Pension (Altersversorgung), eine Altersversorgung für Personen, die das Ruhestandsalter erreicht haben Pension (Unterkunft),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • pension — Pension, Pensio. Petite pension, Pentiuncula. Pension pour un mois, Menstruum. Annuelle pension, Annuum. Il a pension de l estat du Roy, Annua congiaria a rationario publico habet, B …   Thresor de la langue françoyse