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    #1

    salary

    Hi,

    When we are speaking about our salary/wage, is it correct to use the adjective "overdue" before the noun?
    Example: I'm expecting to receive my overdue salary next week.
    If not correct, what is the best adjective here?

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    Re: salary

    In my Oxford dictionary, there is an example: an overdue payment.

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    Re: salary

    Quote Originally Posted by English4everyone View Post
    When we are speaking about our salary/wage, is it correct to use the adjective "overdue" before the noun?
    Yes.

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