The correct answer is pay.
A. make protest
B. formally abandon
C. feel remorse
The correct answer is (D) To pay (for work, service; reward, etc.); to recompense or reward for work, trouble, etc. Also, to yield a recompense for (work or service).
Remunerate comes from Latin remunerari.
Examples of use:
- He offered to remunerate them for their two hours of work.
- They remunerated her well for the simple tasks that they had assigned.