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pay sb off

phrasal verb with pay /peɪ/ verb (paid)
If your employer pays you off, they pay you for the last time and then end your job, because they do not need you or could not pay you in the future. 付清工資後遣散(某人) Firing staff and being fired
informal to give someone money so that they will not do or say something, or so that they will go away 用錢封住(某人)的嘴,收買(某人) There were rumours that key witnesses had been paid off to keep quiet. 謠傳說關鍵證人都被收買了,不肯出面作證。 Fraud and corruption
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