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    Advance Receiver

    Hello everybody,

    How can I say this briefly:

    "Someone who gets an advance from him/her boss."

    Is "Advance Receiver" right word?

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    Re: Advance Receiver

    Hi Kerim

    I'm not sure if there is a word or phrase that describes someone who asks for/receives a salary advance from his/her boss, but it's not 'advance receiver'. It's a good phrase though.

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