Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Reward"

The meaning of "Reward" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does These intrinsic rewards are an essential part of a great human experience. Beyond the basic needs of course (food, safety, etc.).
위 본문에서 beyond 는 어떤 의미인가요? mean?
A: “Beyond” in this sentence means = something other than basic needs.
Q: What does the reward COMES IN using these tools mean?
A: Here, “come “ and “in” are part of two different clauses.
the reward COMES
...IN using the tools

there’s no special connection.
Q: What does rewarded mean?
A: Sendo dado algo por fazer algo que é bom.

Q: What does reward mean?
Q: What does to reap agua’s rewards mean?
A: "To reap the rewards of something" or "To reap something's rewards" means that you invested time and effort into it, and are now being rewarded for it ("to reap" means to cut, in the context of harvesting a crop). "Agua" means water, it's Spanish.

Example sentences using "Reward"

Q: Please show me example sentences with reward.
A: Please take this award for winning yesterdays tournament!

君は昨日の大会を勝ったので賞をとってください。


もし説明・聞きたいことがあるならぜひ聞いてくださいね
Q: Please show me example sentences with reward.
A: 1) If you do your homework right you’ll get a reward.
2) It’s a reward to be able to study at such a good school.
3) Getting a reward means that you did a good job.

Hope that helped ;)
Q: Please show me example sentences with reward.
A: As a reward for finishingall your homework、I will give you this bar of chocolate.
Q: Please show me example sentences with reward.
A: "If you clean your room, I will give you a reward"
but you can also say this:
"I will reward you if you clean your room"
Q: Please show me example sentences with reward or rewarding .
A: It is rewarding to see the students improve each lesson.

(Sorry for the typo)

Synonyms of "Reward" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between reward and award and prize ?
A: Prize is something you win at a competition, like a race or a championship. Award is something you're given for a commendable action or achievement, like an Oscar. Reward is anything you gain when you do something, getting a kiss for helping someone or being complimented by your parents. People often aim to get rewards, but many times it's unexpected, prizes are always what people aim for when competing, no surprises here, and award is a consequence of your hard work, it's probably never expected, until you get nominated, at least
Q: What is the difference between reward and award ?
A: A reward is something you have earned by doing a specific task. I will give you a reward for cooking the best soup! I was rewarded for my efforts. It is almost like a payment.

Award is just is a special recognition for something you did well.
Q: What is the difference between reward and reciprocrate ?
A: Reward "something given to someone in recognition of one's service, effort, or achievement."

"You were given a trophy as a reward for winning the game"

Reciprocate "Responding to a gesture or action by making a corresponding one"

"He helped you with chores, so you reciprocated by helping him with his chores."
Q: What is the difference between reward and award ?
A: Award是頒獎
reward是給報酬/獎勵
Q: What is the difference between reward and award ?
A: "reward" is just something you get in return for doing something good.

"They are offering a reward for whoever finds their dog."

"award" is more official and connotes a prize for merit or achievement.

"He has won many awards for playing piano."

Translations of "Reward"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 📌 is it natural?

They give the same rewards to everyone regardless of the grade of each other.

A: thanks a lotAa
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? reward
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? reward
A: re-war-d
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I got the reward for a free drink. How would you say it...”I want to get the free drink using the reward.”/“I want to get the free drink with my reward?”
A: "I'd like to get the free drink with my reward", or, "I'd like to use my reward to get the free drink."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rewards
A: California accent

Other questions about "Reward"

Q: I spent reward for my work on books.
I used up almost all that, but I’m satisfied because I was able to buy what I wanted. does this sound natural?
A: × I spent reward for my work on books.
✓ I spent rewards from work on books.

× I used up almost all that, but I’m satisfied because I was able to buy what I wanted.
✓ I used up almost all of it, but I’m satisfied because I was able to buy what I wanted.

very good 👍
Q: "As a reward, he promised to let Templeton feast first when Lurvey feeds him"
Should I use "feeds" or "fed" in this case?
A: ok so summaries are usually in present tense the only time that you would use past tense would be if it was past tense in the book as well
Q: It’s like a reward for studying all day. does this sound natural?
A: Honestly "It's like a reward for studying all day" sounds perfectly fine to me
Q: I don't expect to get a reward from you because I view you as my friend. But if you keep being cold to me and I keep feeling that it's not that important for you that i exist. Then I won't bother with you in the future and will leave you. does this sound natural?
A: ‎I don't expect to get a reward from you because I view you as my friend. (Good! This is natural.)

But if you keep being cold to me and if I keep feeling
that it's not that important for you that I exist, I won't bother with you in the future and will leave you.
Q: how would be we know which one is better for reward ? does this sound natural?
A: How would we know which one is a better reward?
How would we know which one is better as a reward?

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