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pre·pay

 (prē-pā′)
tr.v. pre·paid, pre·pay·ing, pre·pays
To pay or pay for beforehand.

pre·pay′ment n.

prepay

(priːˈpeɪ)
vb, -pays, -paying or -paid
(tr) to pay for in advance
preˈpayable adj
preˈpayment n

pre•pay

(priˈpeɪ)

v.t. -paid, -pay•ing.
to pay beforehand or before due.
[1830–40]
pre•pay′a•ble, adj.
pre•pay′ment, n.

prepay


Past participle: prepaid
Gerund: prepaying

Imperative
prepay
prepay
Present
I prepay
you prepay
he/she/it prepays
we prepay
you prepay
they prepay
Preterite
I prepaid
you prepaid
he/she/it prepaid
we prepaid
you prepaid
they prepaid
Present Continuous
I am prepaying
you are prepaying
he/she/it is prepaying
we are prepaying
you are prepaying
they are prepaying
Present Perfect
I have prepaid
you have prepaid
he/she/it has prepaid
we have prepaid
you have prepaid
they have prepaid
Past Continuous
I was prepaying
you were prepaying
he/she/it was prepaying
we were prepaying
you were prepaying
they were prepaying
Past Perfect
I had prepaid
you had prepaid
he/she/it had prepaid
we had prepaid
you had prepaid
they had prepaid
Future
I will prepay
you will prepay
he/she/it will prepay
we will prepay
you will prepay
they will prepay
Future Perfect
I will have prepaid
you will have prepaid
he/she/it will have prepaid
we will have prepaid
you will have prepaid
they will have prepaid
Future Continuous
I will be prepaying
you will be prepaying
he/she/it will be prepaying
we will be prepaying
you will be prepaying
they will be prepaying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been prepaying
you have been prepaying
he/she/it has been prepaying
we have been prepaying
you have been prepaying
they have been prepaying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been prepaying
you will have been prepaying
he/she/it will have been prepaying
we will have been prepaying
you will have been prepaying
they will have been prepaying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been prepaying
you had been prepaying
he/she/it had been prepaying
we had been prepaying
you had been prepaying
they had been prepaying
Conditional
I would prepay
you would prepay
he/she/it would prepay
we would prepay
you would prepay
they would prepay
Past Conditional
I would have prepaid
you would have prepaid
he/she/it would have prepaid
we would have prepaid
you would have prepaid
they would have prepaid
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.prepay - pay for something before receiving it
pay - give money, usually in exchange for goods or services; "I paid four dollars for this sandwich"; "Pay the waitress, please"
Translations
يَدْفَعُ الأجْرَة مقَدَّما
platit předem
forudbetale
elõre fizet
greiîa fyrirfram
išankstinis mokėjimasišankstinis mokestismokėti iš ankstoužmokėti iš anksto
iepriekš apmaksāt/samaksāt
platiť vopred
önceden/peşin ödemek

prepay

[ˈpriːˈpeɪ] (prepaid (pt, pp)) VT (Comm) [+ order] → abonar por adelantado, pagar por adelantado (Fin) [+ interest] → cobrar por adelantado; [+ envelope] → emitir con franqueo pagado

prepay

pret, ptp <prepaid>

prepay

(priːˈpei) past tense, past participle ˌpreˈpaid verb
to pay in advance.
ˌpreˈpayment noun
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