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íosphá

IrishEdit

EtymologyEdit

íos- (least, minimal, minimum) +‎ (pay)

NounEdit

íosphá m (genitive íosphá)

  1. minimum wage
    • NERA - National Employment Rights Authority, Scrúdú Sláinte Fostaíocht
      Tá roinnt eisceachtaí, áfach, don íosphá, maidir leo siúd atá fostaithe ag garghaolta, iad siúd faoi 18 bliain d’aois agus daoine faoi oiliúint nó printísigh.
      There are some exceptions, however, to the minimum wage, including those employed by close relatives, those aged under 18 and trainees or apprentices.
    • 1 March 2011, Gaelport.com, Trátaí na Spáinne agus íosphá an oibrí a shaothraíonn
      Go minic bíonn pá na n-oibrithe níos lú ná leath den íosphá atá leagtha síos de réir dlí.
      The workers' pay is often less than half of the minimum wage set by law.
    • 1 July 2011, Citizens Information, Cás-Staidéar: íosphá
      Níor chóir go gcuimseofaí an táille €20 as ucht oibriú Dé Sathairn do chuspóirí an íosphá náisiúnta.
      The €20 premium for working on Saturdays should not be included for national minimum wage purposes.

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MutationEdit

Irish mutation
Radical Eclipsis with h-prothesis with t-prothesis
íosphá n-íosphá híosphá t-íosphá
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

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