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prepaid

adjective ( also pre-paid)
 
 
/priːˈpeɪd/ ( written abbreviation ppd.) COMMERCE
if a product or service is prepaid, it has already been paid for: Each advertisement runs six times and is $350 prepaid. Use a prepaid phone card if you're someone who rarely makes long-distance calls. A prepaid plan includes taxes, fees, and surcharges as well as minutes.
Translations of “prepaid”
in Chinese (Traditional) 預付的, 資費已付的…
in Russian предварительно оплаченный…
in Turkish ön ödeme, peşinat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 预付的, 资费已付的…
in Polish przedpłacony, prepaid…
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