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Pay Noun Synonyms
reward, benefit, recompense, requite, compensate
Thurlew has been amply paid by having his name engraved on the roll of honor.
recompense, compensate, remunerate, reward, indemnify, repay, refund, reimburse, pay off, pay out, pay up, satisfy, clear, remit, discharge, liquidate, settle, honor, meet
Do you think that nurses are poorly paid? You have 30 days to pay this invoice.
Pay Verb Synonyms
produce or make or generate or earn money, yield a return, pay off
His vending-machine business certainly pays well.
extend, bestow, transmit, pass on, give, deliver
Please pay my respects to your wife.
pay back, repay, retaliate, settle (accounts) (with), even the score or a score, reciprocate, requite, take or get revenge on, avenge oneself for or on, treat in kind, hit or strike or get back (at), settle or pay off or even a score or the score (with)
If I catch him, I'll pay him for turning informer.
benefit, profit, avail, (turn out to) be or prove profitable or worthwhile, yield a return, be advantageous, produce results, pay off
It no longer pays to complain about the service in the shops. Honesty pays.
payment, compensation, recompense, settlement, return, remuneration, consideration, reward, money, wages, salary, fee, honorarium, remittance, stipend, income, takings, take-home (pay), gain, profit
His sole pay for painting the kitchen was a big hug and a kiss. The work is tedious, but the pay isn't bad.
suffer (the consequences), answer (for), make amends (for), atone (for), get one's (just) deserts, undergo punishment (for), be punished (for)
If I catch him, I'll make him pay. Society requires that he pay for his crime.
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Business / Finance / Prepayments: Payments made in excess of scheduled mortgage principal repayments. MORE
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Business / Agriculture / Direct Payments: Payments (usually in cash but sometimes in commodity certificates) made directly to producers in conjunction with participation in commodity support or other programs. Under the FAIR Act of 1996, part MORE
Business / Accounting / Government Transfer Payment: Payments by governments, such as social security, veterans’ benefits, and welfare, to people who do not supply current goods, services, or labor in exchange for these payments. MORE
Business / Agriculture / Payment Quantity: The quantity of production eligible for production flexibility contract payments under the FAIR Act of 1996. Payment quantity is calculated as the farm’s program yield (per acre) multiplied by 85% o MORE