Examples of bonus in a Sentence
As a bonus for good behavior you can stay up late.
The product has the added bonus of providing extra vitamins.
Staff members were given a bonus for finishing the project on schedule.
The company offered bonuses to entice new workers.
We receive annual bonuses at the end of the year.
Recent Examples of bonus from the Web
As a special bonus, here's a video: 11 times Trump threatened Clinton with prison.
When King joined the Patriots in 2015, his signing bonus was $3,000.
But for the most part, the experts say, brushing for more than four total minutes a day is more of a bonus than anything.
Cable company Cox Communications is joining corporations nationwide by offering its 3,200 Arizona employees bonuses of $1,000 to $2,000 this year thanks to the recent federal tax overhaul, the company said Thursday.
The moves follow news that Beata Szydlo, who stepped down as premier in December, paid bonuses to herself and other cabinet members of as much as 82,000 zloty ($24,000), or about 1.5 times the country’s average annual wage.
Almost immediately after its passage, companies began giving their employees bonuses and pay raises.
And in January 2018, FCA announced plans to pay $2,000 bonuses to 60,000 hourly and salaried workers (excluding senior leadership) in the second quarter of 2018 in recognition of new corporate tax cuts.
However, the president reiterated his idea of arming some teachers, first raised on Wednesday, and suggested they be paid a bonus.
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BONUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bonus for English Language Learners
: something good that is more than what was expected or required
: an extra amount of money that is given to an employee
BONUS Defined for Kids
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