Translation of honorarium in Spanish:

honorarium

honorarios, n.

Pronunciation: /-iə//ˌɑnəˈrɛriəm//ˌɒnəˈrɛːrɪəm/

noun

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    (masculine plural) honorarios
    • Committee members are paid allowances and in some instances a small honorarium.
    • I'll admit - though it's probably suspected already - that I don't live on my musician's honorariums, but on my composing income.
    • Compared to weekly wages of skilled labourers, these amounts seem almost contemptible, and should perhaps be thought of as honoraria rather than salaries.
    • Each of the authors has received research grants and travel expenses or lecture honorariums from one or more of these three study sponsors.
    • My income, which came from the honoraria I received, was just sufficient to cover the basic needs of my family.
    • Another innovation was that both the faculty editors and the contributing authors were paid an honorarium.
    • His 2002 income was $921,000, which includes a one-time honorarium of $600,000.
    • Graduates from both universities received gifts, free meals, honoraria and invitations to drug company-sponsored events and participated in meetings with drug company representatives in their offices.
    • Actually I worked summer jobs like students do today and I was a school board chair who didn't receive a salary, just an honorarium.
    • She expects to be paid expenses and possibly a small honorarium.
    • Some of it goes straight to individuals in the form of consulting fees, contracts, honoraria, and salaries.
    • The outcry was such that he was reinstated, as a retired emeritus professor - more importantly, with an honorarium attached.
    • We live on the honorariums and rewards for the articles I get published in different magazines.
    • The real money, ever since Congress banned honoraria for its members, is in speeches.
    • The guidelines define financial interests that should be disclosed as any fees, honoraria, or gifts associated with consulting or lectures; equity, including stock options; and payments for directorships or executive roles.
    • Taylor Patten Communications paid travel expenses and honoraria to the working party members.
    • In recognition of his humanitarian services Sahara India Group has recently given him an honorarium.
    • Although he became fairly wealthy, he offered his services either for no pay or for mere honoraria.
    • A common type of gift for clergy is the customary honoraria for officiating at weddings or funeral services.
    • Both authors have received honoraria for speaking at lectures, consultancy fees, and grant support from a number of companies that produce, or are developing, pharmacological treatments for obesity.