pay into sth

pay into sth
UK US pay into sth
Phrasal Verb with pay({{}}/peɪ/ verb (paid, paid)
FINANCE to pay money regularly towards a pension: »

He has been paying into a private pension scheme for 30 years.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • pay sth in/pay sth into sth — UK US pay sth in/pay sth into sth Phrasal Verb with pay({{}}/peɪ/ verb (paid, paid) ► BANKING to put money into a bank account: »They offer 3% interest if you pay a minimum of £1,000 a month into the account. »If I give you some money, can you go …   Financial and business terms

  • pay sth into sth — UK US pay sth in/pay sth into sth Phrasal Verb with pay({{}}/peɪ/ verb (paid, paid) ► BANKING to put money into a bank account: »They offer 3% interest if you pay a minimum of £1,000 a month into the account. »If I give you some money, can you go …   Financial and business terms

  • dip into sth — UK US dip into sth Phrasal Verb with dip({{}}/dɪp/ verb [I] ( pp ) ► to spend part of a supply of money that you have been keeping or saving: »Finance officials say they will have to dip into reserves to pay for the salary increases …   Financial and business terms

  • pay something in — pay money into a bank account * * * ˌpay sthˈin | ˌpay sth ˈinto sth derived to put money into a bank account • I paid in a cheque this morning. • I d like to pay some money into my account. Main entry: ↑payderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • pay something into something — ˌpay sthˈin | ˌpay sth ˈinto sth derived to put money into a bank account • I paid in a cheque this morning. • I d like to pay some money into my account. Main entry: ↑payderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • pay — 1 /peI/ verb past tense and past participle paid /peId/ 1 GIVE MONEY (I, T) to give someone money for something you have bought, or for something they have done for you: They ran off without paying. | Didn t pay em a penny, just asked em to do it …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • pay — ▪ I. pay pay 1 [peɪ] noun [uncountable] the money someone receives for the job they do: • She got the job, but it meant a big pay cut. • an increase in hourly pay • All I want is a full day s work for a full day s pay …   Financial and business terms

  • pay — pay1 W1S1 [peı] v past tense and past participle paid [peıd] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(give money)¦ 2¦(bill/tax/rent)¦ 3¦(wage/salary)¦ 4 pay attention (to somebody/something) 5¦(legal cost)¦ 6¦(say something good)¦ 7¦(good result)¦ 8¦(profit)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pay sth in — UK US pay sth in/pay sth into sth Phrasal Verb with pay({{}}/peɪ/ verb (paid, paid) ► BANKING to put money into a bank account: »They offer 3% interest if you pay a minimum of £1,000 a month into the account. »If I give you some money, can you go …   Financial and business terms

  • ˌpay sth ˈin — phrasal verb to put money into your bank account …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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