English to Czech Meaning :: pay

Pay :
platit, zaplatit, věnovat, odvést, vynášet, vzdávat, odevzdatplat, mzda, placení, výplata - platitcopayPaarPacyPainepassložitplatitsplatnýplatívěřitelPříjemciplátceplátciplacenítelefonní automattelefonní automatyplatípaywarepaywares
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Noun(1) something that remunerates
Verb(1) give money, usually in exchange for goods or services(2) convey, as of a compliment, regards, attention, etc.; bestow(3) cancel or discharge a debt(4) bring in(5) do or give something to somebody in return(6) dedicate(7) be worth it(8) render(9) bear (a cost or penalty(10) make a compensation for(11) discharge or settle

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(1) It is a question as to whether you are liable to pay a sum of money under the Tax Act.(2) However, hedge funds are risky in that if they lose money, clients pay no fee at all.(3) I am happy to pay with my life for any possible reflection on the honour of the flag.(4) We were hired at a particular rate of pay , which is just about a reasonable working wage.(5) We are stuck with finding this additional money to pay staff salaries and wages.(6) The garment workers, who are owed back pay , have no money for return fares to China.(7) It's now got the lowest base rates of pay of any public service department.(8) The booty enabled him to clear his debts and pay large sums into the treasury, all without incurring a risk of prosecution.(9) He therefore refuses to pay the outstanding instalments on the dynamite and, in fact, sells some of it to Edward.(10) I went there whenever I had a chance and the money to pay the entrance fee.(11) She's always afraid that someone is going to find out and that she'll pay with her life, like her father.(12) I'll pay(13) They are the ones who speak out, resist, and pay with their liberty or their lives.(14) the destroyer responsible for these atrocities would have to pay with his life(15) Workers' hourly rates of pay also include allowances for board and lodgings.(16) Variable rates of pay will also create a factory system within schools.
Related Words
(1) pay attention ::
Dávej pozor
(2) to pay ::
(3) pay for ::
zaplatit za
(4) pay out ::
(5) severance pay ::
(6) pay rise ::
zvýšení platu
(7) pay up ::
(8) pay the bill ::
zaplatit účet
1. salary ::
2. wage ::
3. reward ::
4. spend ::
5. discharge ::
6. yield ::
7. be profitable ::
8. be advantageous ::
být výhodné
9. bestow ::
10. suffer ::
11. give ::
13. ante up ::
ante up
14. bear ::
Different Forms
copay, paar, pacy, paine, pas, pay, payable, payed, payee, payees, payer, payers, paying, payphone, payphones, pays, payware, paywares
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

If anyone offered me money
to kill you, you\

If anyone offered me money to kill you, you'd PAY me double.

Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4

Take me to your crypt.
I want to pay my respects.

Take me to your crypt. I want to PAY my respects.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 1

Everyone, pay attention!\0

Everyone, PAY attention!

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 4

I gotta pay taxes? What\

I gotta PAY taxes? What's up with that? That's messed up. That's Kafkaesque.

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9

We can\

We can't afford to PAY it back' that's what's wrong with it.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 3

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