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Japanese translation of “pay for something”

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pay for something

phrasal verb with pay
 
/peɪ/ verb ( present participle paying, past tense and past participle paid)
A1 to give money for something
~の 代金を支払う
Helen paid for the tickets.
Translations of “pay for something”
in Korean (물건값을) 지불하다…
in Arabic يَدفَع شَيئاً ما…
in Portuguese pagar (por) algo, devolver dinheiro por algo…
in Catalan pagar ac…
in Italian pagare qualcosa…
(Definition of pay for something from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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