- v.赚得( earn的第三人称单数 ); 挣钱; 生（利）; 获（利）;
All things being equal, should it matter who earns most money?
He reputedly earns two million pounds a year.
He earns 20 rupees a day.
The singer earns a colossal amount of money.
She earns more since she repackaged herself as a business consultant.
She earns a lot of money doing voice-overs for TV commercials.
She scarcely earns enough money to make ends meet.
He earns a living by casual labour.
He earns a decent wage.
He earns his living as a motorcar driver.
He earns at least 300 quid a week.
He is paid less than he really earns.
Donald was paid more than he really earns.
He spends every penny he earns.
She earns [ makes ] about 200 yuan a month.
Aaron, for example,was single, and earns a very good salary
This would make their yearly income ￡30, 000 more than the Prime Minister earns.
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