base salary

base salary UK US noun [C or U] especially US
HR BASIC SALARY(Cf. ↑basic salary): earn/be on/get a base salary of »

Employees are on a base salary of $44,500, rising to $60,000 with bonuses.

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How much do you make in base salary?

pay a base salary »

We pay a good base salary, plus generous commission.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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