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  • 1 paying out — paying away …

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  • 2 Paying-out — Разматывание (ленты) …

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  • 3 out|pay|ment — «OWT PAY muhnt», noun. 1. the act or fact of paying out. 2. an amount paid out: »One way to help thalance of payments problem would be to cut down on the Government s own huge outpayments of dollars (Wall Street Journal) …

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  • 4 paying — Synonyms and related words: acquitment, acquittal, acquittance, advantageous, amortization, amortizement, banausic, binder, breadwinning, cash, cash payment, clearance, compensating, compensative, compensatory, debt service, defrayal, defrayment …

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  • 5 paying away — laying out (paying out a line or net. Also called setting) …

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  • 6 Out of the Ordinary Festival — Location(s) Knockhatch Park, Hailsham, Sussex, England Years active 2007 present Date(s) 23rd 25th Septe …

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  • 7 out of pocket — Ⅰ. out of pocket UK FINANCE ► having less money than you had previously or should have, as a result of something such as a business deal: »The company is out of pocket to the tune of $18 million. »The limit on his pension would be irrespective of …

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  • 8 out of sight, out of mind — mainly spoken phrase used for saying that when you do not see or hear about something, you do not think about it Thesaurus: not paying attentionsynonym Main entry: sight * * * proverb you soon forget people or things that are no longer visible or …

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  • 9 out-of-pocket expenses — out of pocket ex penses noun plural money that you use to pay for things that you need, but which you can get back from the person or organization responsible for paying …

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  • 10 out-of-pocket expenses — UK US noun [plural] money that you use to pay for things that you need, but which you can get back from the person or organization that is responsible for paying Thesaurus: unspecified amounts of moneyhyponym large amounts of moneysynonym …

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  • 11 Paying — Pay Pay, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Paid}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Paying}.] [OE. paien, F. payer, fr. L. pacare to pacify, appease, fr. pax, pacis, peace. See {Peace}.] 1. To satisfy, or content; specifically, to satisfy (another person) for service rendered …

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  • 12 out-of-pocket — adjective calling for the spending of cash his out of pocket costs were $10 • Similar to: ↑due * * * | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: out of pocket 1. : consisting of or requiring an actual cash outlay …

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  • 13 Out of Gas — For other uses, see Out of Gas (disambiguation). Out of Gas Firefly episode Episode no. Season 1 Episode 8 Directed by Da …

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  • 14 Out-Of-Pocket Expenses — An expense incurred and paid for by an individual for personal use, or relating to one s employment or business. This can also relate to ongoing costs of operating a fixed asset, such as a car or a home. Some out of pocket expenses may be… …

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  • 15 out-of-pocket expenses — UK / US noun [plural] money that you use to pay for things that you need, but which you can get back from the person or organization that is responsible for paying …

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  • 16 laying out — paying out a line or net. Also called paying away and setting …

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  • 17 pay out — phrasal verb Word forms pay out : present tense I/you/we/they pay out he/she/it pays out present participle paying out past tense paid out past participle paid out 1) a) [transitive] to spend or pay money, especially a lot of money We ve paid out …

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  • 18 tune out — transitive verb : to become unresponsive to : ignore the children tuned out their mother s commands intransitive verb : to dissociate oneself from what is happening * * * tune out 1. To adjust (a radio, etc) so as to eliminate (a sound, frequency …

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  • 19 duck out — ˌduck ˈout [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they duck out he/she/it ducks out present participle ducking out past tense …

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  • 20 zone out — intransitive verb Etymology: probably from zone out (vt.) exclude from a zone, make unaware of : to become oblivious to one s surroundings especially in order to relax zone out in front of the TV * * * zone out (slang) To lose concentration or… …

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