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pay chequenoun [C]

UK (US paycheck) uk   us   (UK also pay packet, US also payroll check) FINANCE
HR a cheque that you are given by your ​employer as your ​pay: She hopes that when she receives her first ​paycheque she will be able to ​repay the ​money she ​borrowed from the ​bank.
the ​amount of ​money that a ​personearns, usually each month: The ​borrower cannot ​afford $580 out of his $750 paycheck.
(Definition of pay cheque from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pay cheque”
in Turkish maaş/ücret çeki…
in Russian зарплата…
in Polish pensja…
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