Bonus plural

From Wiktionary, jump to navigation, jump to search, a bonus is something extra or more that is added.
Perhaps it's just as well that 'buses' took over.
Retrieved from " p?title bonus oldid405200 ".From, cambridge English Corpus, any government that offers bonuses wishes to ensure that it is in fact obtaining the fertility reductions for which it is ostensibly paying.John got a bonus because he played very well.An addition to the sum due as interest, dividend, or wages.A variant plural, busses, is also given in the dictionary, but has become so rare that it seems like an error to many people.What to Know, the plural of the noun bus is buses.CPD bonus point N ( in game, quiz ) punto m extra bonus scheme N plan m de incentivos bonus shares NPL acciones fpl gratuitas bonus n Prämie f ; bingo silnie zmiękczający preparat z 50 kwasami aha 1000g (for output, production also) Zulage f ; ( cost-of-living bonus ) Zuschlag m ; (.The declension of, bonus as a table with all forms in singular (singular) and plural ( plural ) and in all four cases nominative (1st case genitive (2nd case dative (3rd case) and accusative (4th case).Declension, bonus, singular : der, bonus, des.But the word 'buss' is a synonym of 'kiss'.Prémie terno bonus, bonus, zusatz prima plus regalo bendición bonificación bonus prime supplémentaire sursalaire aubaine bonus külön juttatás prémium aukaarîur bónus happ bonus gratifica indennit.Buss meaning kiss seems to have evolved from the sound of giving a kiss, whereas bus meaning a large vehicle for carrying passengers is an abbreviation of omnibus, their original name, from the Latin word meaning for all.Busses was the preferred form in Merriam-Webster dictionaries until 1961.