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English definition of “paid-up”

paid-up

adjective [before noun]     /ˌpeɪdˈʌp/
paid-up member someone who has paid the money necessary to be a member of a particular organization Position and status in groups and organizations UK informal describes someone who is a loyal and enthusiastic member of a group Loyal, faithful and dependable
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