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pay as you earn
pay as you go
pay attention
pay back
pay cash
Pay Cerps
pay cheque
pay claim
pay cut
pay dirt
pay dividends
pay down
pay envelope
pay for
pay heed
pay no attention to
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pay one's addresses to
pay one's dues
pay one's own way
pay one's way
pay out
pay packet

Pay day definitions

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Pay Pay, n. 1. Satisfaction; content. --Chaucer. 2. An equivalent or return for money due, goods purchased, or services performed; salary or wages for work or service; compensation; recompense; payment; hire; as, the pay of a clerk; the pay of a soldier. Where only merit constant pay receives. --Pope. There is neither pay nor plunder to be got. --L'Estrange. Full pay, the whole amount of wages or salary; maximum pay; especially, the highest pay or allowance to civil or military officers of a certain rank, without deductions. Half pay. See under Half. Pay day, the day of settlement of accounts. Pay dirt (Mining), earth which yields a profit to the miner. [Western U.S.] Pay office, a place where payment is made. Pay roll, a roll or list of persons entitled to payment, with the amounts due.

Collin's Cobuild Dictionary

also payday(pay days) 1. Pay day is the day of the week or month on which you receive your wages or salary. Until next payday, I was literally without any money. N-UNCOUNT: also N in pl 2. If a sports player has a big pay day, he or she earns a lot of money from winning or taking part in a game or contest. (JOURNALISM) N-COUNT: oft adj N


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