an incidental benefit awarded for certain types of employment (especially if it is regarded as a right);
"a limousine is one of the fringe benefits of the job"
gain or regain energy;
"I picked up after a nap"
- No one can help him perk after his wife was died.
- A cup of coffee will soon perk you up.
- He had perked himself up for the occasion.
- The horse perked up its head when I shouted.
- His perks include a car provided by the firm.
- He was offered a company car as a perk.
- Freebie couture is the staff perk.
- To make the perk even more lucrative, companies sometimes allow the executives to backdate the purchase to take advantage of a previous, lower stock price.
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The main perks are expenses, particularly while on location.出自：Sunday Times
Free lunch...This pathetic little perk of the office was taken very seriously.出自： T. K. Wolfe
The male was off again, perking up his feathers.出自： M. Dibdin
I just perked some coffee...Would you like a cup?出自： R. Macdonald