Pronunciation of Pay
/pˈe͡ɪ/, /pˈeɪ/, /p_ˈeɪ/
Antonyms for pay:
Synonyms for pay:
commercialized, bread and butter, fixed-income, earnings-related, down payment, progress payment, lash out, piece rate, fork out, profitability, low-paid, speculation, cream off, pay scale, outbid, back pay, pay raise, put toward, indemnity, dig into, rack up, unremunerated, draw down, commercially, stump up, payslip, spender, kick back, dip into, living wage, settle up, salaried, earned income, pay down on, minimum wage, cash in, OTE, lost income, per diem, uncompensated, spend, paystub, well-paid, underspend, make good, commercial, unrecompensed, starvation wages, cash cow, profits warning, remunerative, unsalaried, revenue stream, cash out, breakeven, rate of return, clean out, performance-related pay, maintain, overshoot, revenue, wage-packet, boom, asset-stripping, quits, above-the-line, living, arbitrage, Arrearage, pay out, profit from, payday, receivable, wage differential, earner, tap out, run-through, commercialize, cut in, splurge, severance pay, spring for, bounty, overspend, ring up, wage curve, plunk down, rake off, commercialism, impost, profiteer, unemployment compensation, Overpaid, profit center.
bring, tariff, restitute, target, payroll, owed, cough up, toll, inject, speculative, arrears, rent, indebtedness, invoice, owing, due, adjustment, provide for, break into, payable, maintenance, double-dip, bring in, settlement, cash, subscribe.
pay up, make good.
expend, spring for, pay out, fork out.
overcompensate, cough up.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
invest in, pay out, finance.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
earnings from employment (noun)
compensation, requital, income, reckoning, allowance, indemnity, honorarium, settlement, recompense, profit, reward, return, stipend, salary, wage, fee, meed, consideration, pittance, wages, remuneration, payment, scale, commission, redress.
be advantageous (verb)
get revenge (verb)
furnish, allot, supply, fund, share, expend, impart, offer, provide, ascribe, attribute, pledge, dole, send, shower, donate, lend, award, render, contribute, submit, assist, grant, devote, serve, help, bestow, disburse, endow, lavish, extend, allow, consign, assign, bequeath, present, tender, ration, give, deliver, dispense.
give money for goods, services (verb)
extend, meet, bestow, chip in, bequeath, prepay, reimburse, liquidate, compensate, settle, remunerate, defray, present, requite, kick in, cough up, offer, refund, satisfy, disburse, render, grant, repay, honor, plunk down, put up, discharge, remit.
make amends (verb)