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paymentnoun

uk   us   /ˈpeɪ.mənt/
B2 [C or U] an amount of money paid: Usually we ask for payment on receipt of the goods. We need a deposit of £165 followed by twelve monthly payments of £60. When is the first payment due? [S or U] reward: Verbal abuse was hardly the payment I expected for my troubles.back payment an amount of money received by an employee because of a pay rise at an earlier time
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in Korean 지불, 지불금…
in Arabic دَفْع, دَفْعة…
in Portuguese pagamento…
in Catalan pagament…
in Japanese 支払い, 支払い金額…
in Italian pagamento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 支付的金額, 報償,報答…
in Russian оплата, платеж, выплата…
in Turkish ödeme, maaş, ücret…
in Chinese (Simplified) 支付的金额, 报偿,报答…
in Polish zapłata, kwota…
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