salary cut

NOUN
  1. the act of reducing a salary
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How To Use salary cut In A Sentence

  • Was your salary cut?
  • If you are forced to take a salary cut, financial planners advise creating a realistic new budget and sticking to it.
  • While he pockets millions, binmen in Birmingham are taking a £4,000 a year salary cut because the council have been forced to implement equal pay for men and women and are leveling down... Britain's best-paid bank boss set for showdown with MPs over huge bonus
  • He is also a bold thinker who proposed civil servants' salary cuts.
  • Due to the shortfall in Nutcracker income, all non-unionized staff agreed to take a temporary salary cut through June.
  • `Either salary cuts or redundancies, Eldred, but that's for you to sort out. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS
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