Earns [verb]

Definition of Earns:

make money

Opposite/Antonyms of Earns:

Sentence/Example of Earns:

Since that day, I have tried to do everything in my power to work and earn your respect and try and make you proud on and off the field.

Shackelford graduated from West Potomac High School in 1992 and earned a degree in poetry four years later from East Carolina University.

My job is to pump up one balloon at a time and earn as much money as possible.

France has earned the most Academy Award nominations for best international feature film and classics like Amélie, The Artist, or The Intouchables have turned into mainstream hits.

For instance, if an established website like Forbes links to a value-added blog you wrote a few months ago, you’ll earn a high-quality backlink.

He had earned his gift — Hachimura had drawn the second charge of his young NBA career, against Bulls forward Patrick Williams, and it was evidence of the strong night he was having on defense.

If publishers can continue to earn the trust of their audiences with valuable content and experiences, they will remain the gatekeepers and find ways to responsibly leverage their direct relationships.

Democrats said the bill is designed to ensure that a child receives a top education regardless of where they live, their skin color or how much their parents earn.

In three towns, an officer earning a median salary could feasibly sell back more than $100,000 in sick days over the course of a career, more than six times as much as the cap set by the 2010 law.

In July, shortly before training camps opened, Duvernay-Tardif opted out of the season so he could work at the covid-19-stricken long-term-care facility near his native Montreal, putting to use the medical degree he earned from McGill University.