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  • 1 pay away money — waste money, squander money …

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  • 2 pay good money for something — phrase to pay a lot for something used for emphasizing that you spent a lot, especially when it has not been worth it I paid good money for those shoes, and you’ve only worn them twice. Thesaurus: to spend or to pay moneysynonym Main entry: pay * …

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  • 3 pay good money for something — to pay a lot for something: used for emphasizing that you spent a lot, especially when it has not been worth it I paid good money for those shoes, and you ve only worn them twice …

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  • 4 pay no money to agents — A statement made in rendering a bill. As the expression appears on a bill rendered by a corporation for goods sold, it is the equivalent of a notice not to pay to an unauthorized agent; it is not a notice of limitation on the ostensible authority …

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  • 5 pay something in — pay money into a bank account * * * ˌpay sthˈin | ˌpay sth ˈinto sth derived to put money into a bank account • I paid in a cheque this morning. • I d like to pay some money into my account. Main entry: ↑payderived …

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  • 6 pay someone back — pay (someone/something) back to return money that you have borrowed. I ll pay you back as soon as I get my next paycheck. I ll pay the money back on Friday. It will take years for him to pay back his student loans …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 7 pay something back — pay (someone/something) back to return money that you have borrowed. I ll pay you back as soon as I get my next paycheck. I ll pay the money back on Friday. It will take years for him to pay back his student loans …

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  • 8 pay back — pay (someone/something) back to return money that you have borrowed. I ll pay you back as soon as I get my next paycheck. I ll pay the money back on Friday. It will take years for him to pay back his student loans …

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  • 9 pay something into something — ˌpay sthˈin | ˌpay sth ˈinto sth derived to put money into a bank account • I paid in a cheque this morning. • I d like to pay some money into my account. Main entry: ↑payderived …

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  • 10 pay TV — pay television or pay TV noun Satellite or cable television available to subscribers • • • Main Entry: ↑pay * * * pay TV UK US noun [uncountable] a system in which you pay to watch particular television programmes or channels Thesaurus: systems… …

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  • 11 pay charged for the privilege — pay/be/charged for the privilege phrase to have to pay for something, usually when this does not seem fair They expect us to live in a smaller house and pay more money for the privilege. Thesaurus: to spend or to pay moneysynonym Main entry:… …

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  • 12 pay — pay1 [ peı ] (present participle paying; past tense and past participle paid [ peıd ] ) verb *** 1. ) intransitive or transitive to give money in order to buy something: pay for: Let me pay for dinner. pay someone for something: Can I pay you for …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 13 money — moneyless, adj. /mun ee/, n., pl. moneys, monies, adj. n. 1. any circulating medium of exchange, including coins, paper money, and demand deposits. 2. See paper money. 3. gold, silver, or other metal in pieces of convenient form stamped by public …

    Universalium

  • 14 pay */*/*/ — I UK [peɪ] / US verb Word forms pay : present tense I/you/we/they pay he/she/it pays present participle paying past tense paid UK [peɪd] / US past participle paid Get it right: pay: The verb pay is never followed by a direct object that refers to …

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  • 15 money — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big ▪ There is big money in golf for the top players. ▪ easy ▪ He started stealing as a way of making easy money. ▪ bonus …

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  • 16 money — mon|ey W1S1 [ˈmʌni] n [U] [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: moneie, from Latin moneta mint, money , from Moneta, name given to Juno, the goddess in whose temple the ancient Romans produced money] 1.) what you earn by working and can use to… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 money — mon|ey [ mʌni ] noun uncount *** what you earn, save, invest and use to pay for things. Money can be kept in a bank, where it can earn interest. If you have a bank account, you can pay for things with a check: No, I can t come, I haven t got any… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 18 money — noun (U) 1 what you earn by working and what you spend in order to buy things: The repairs will cost a lot of money. | earn money: She barely earns enough money to live on. | save money: We re not going on holiday this year we re trying to save… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 pay*/*/*/ — [peɪ] (present participle paying; past tense and past participle paid [peɪd] ) verb I 1) [I/T] to give money in order to buy something Let me pay for dinner.[/ex] Will you be paying by cash, cheque, or credit card?[/ex] Can I pay in dollars?[/ex] …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 20 pay back — verb 1. act or give recompense in recognition of someone s behavior or actions • Syn: ↑reward, ↑repay • Derivationally related forms: ↑reward (for: ↑reward) • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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