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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishOTEOTE /ˌəʊ tiː ˈiː $ ˌoʊ-/ British English  (on target earnings) used in advertisements for jobs to say that the employee will receive the complete pay only if they succeed in doing as much work or selling as many things as the employer wants them to, and will get less pay if they do not succeedFrom Longman Business DictionaryOTEOTE British EnglishHUMAN RESOURCES on target earnings; an abbreviation used in job advertisements to show the amount someone should be able to earn, for example if they sell as much as they are expected toSalary £32K OTE
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