Earning [verb]

Definition of Earning:

make money

Opposite/Antonyms of Earning:

Sentence/Example of Earning:

The Xinjiang region is known as a center for cotton production, and the apparel industry has earned most of the scrutiny for using textiles produced by allegedly forced labor in the region.

Chris Drumm went to the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

The electric-vehicle maker ironed out its production kinks, fought its way to profitability, and earned a spot in the S&P 500.

Besides last year becoming the first group since the Beatles to earn three No.

The vendors are a mix of returnees and first-timers, including four minority-owned businesses that earned rent-free booths through the Small Business Spotlight initiative.

At those times, he worked back-to-back shifts to earn additional money, he said.

So many families earn too little to get by on what they earn from their jobs.

Apple collects a 30 percent payment processing fee for most digital revenue earned on the App Store.

Group Nine is earning seven-figures in revenue from those quarter-long sponsorships deals, making Swipe.

He now earns as little as $150 day, down from $400 in 2016 when he started.