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N-COUNT 奖励;奖赏 A reward is something that you are given, for example because you have behaved well, worked hard, or provided a service to the community.
A bonus of up to 5 per cent can be added to a pupil's final exam marks as a reward for good spelling, punctuation and grammar...
He was given the job as a reward for running a successful leadership bid.
N-COUNT 赏金;赏格 A reward is a sum of money offered to anyone who can give information about lost or stolen property or about someone who is wanted by the police.
The firm last night offered a £10,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of the killer.
VERB 奖赏;奖励;酬谢 If you do something and are rewarded with a particular benefit, you receive that benefit as a result of doing that thing.
Make the extra effort to impress the buyer and you will be rewarded with a quicker sale.
N-COUNT 报答;回报;酬谢 The rewards of something are the benefits that you receive as a result of doing or having that thing.
The company is only just starting to reap the rewards of long-term investments...
Potentially high financial rewards are attached to senior hospital posts.
VERB 值得（付出时间或精力） If you say that something rewards your attention or effort, you mean that it is worth spending time or effort on it.
The compression and density make this a difficult book to read, but it richly rewards the effort.