repayment


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re·pay

 (rĭ-pā′)
v. re·paid (-pād′), re·pay·ing, re·pays
v.tr.
1. To pay back: repaid a debt.
2. To give back, either in return or in compensation: repay kindness with kindness.
3. To make a return or compensation for: a company that repays hard work with bonuses.
4. To make or do in return: repay a call.
v.intr.
To make repayment or requital.

re·pay′a·ble adj.
re·pay′ment n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.repayment - the act of returning money received previously
defrayal, defrayment, payment - the act of paying money
2.repayment - payment of a debt or obligation
payment - a sum of money paid or a claim discharged
redemption - repayment of the principal amount of a debt or security at or before maturity (as when a corporation repurchases its own stock)

repayment

noun
1. refund, paying back, reimbursement the repayment of subsidies made during that period
2. reward, compensation, reparation, recompense as repayment for kindnesses from old friends

repayment

noun
Translations
تَسْديدسَدَاد
splacenísplátka
tilbagebetaling
takaisinmaksu
rata
visszafizetés
endurgreiîsla
返済
상환
splatenie
poplačilopovrnitev
återbetalning
เงินที่จ่ายคืน
khoản tiền trả lại

repayment

[riːˈpeɪmənt]
A. N [of expenses] → reembolso m
now he asks for repaymentahora pide que se le devuelva el dinero
in six repayments of £8en seis cuotas de 8 libras cada uno
mortgage repaymentslos pagos de la hipoteca
B. CPD repayment schedule Nplan m de amortización

repayment

[rɪˈpeɪmənt] n
[loan, debt] → remboursement m
to make a repayment → faire un remboursement
(= reward) (for effort, help)récompense frepayment mortgage n (British) emprunt logement sans capital différé

repayment

n (of money)Rückzahlung f; (of effort, kindness)Lohn m; repayments can be spread over 3 yearsdie Rückzahlung kann über 3 Jahre verteilt werden; in repaymentals Rückzahlung/Lohn

repayment

[riːˈpeɪmənt] n (of money) → pagamento; (of expenses) → rimborso; (compensation) → ricompensa

repay

(riˈpei) past tense, past participle repaid (riˈpeid) verb
to pay back. When are you going to repay the money you borrowed?; I must find a way of repaying his kindness / repaying him for his kindness.
reˈpayment noun

repayment

سَدَاد splátka tilbagebetaling Rückzahlung αποπληρωμή pago, reembolso takaisinmaksu remboursement rata rimborso 返済 상환 terugbetaling tilbakebetaling spłata reembolso выплата återbetalning เงินที่จ่ายคืน geri ödeme khoản tiền trả lại 偿还款项
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Micawber's arrangement for the repayment of the advances should be gravely entered into, as it might be wholesome for him to suppose himself under that responsibility.
His liberality had a rich repayment, and the general goodness of his intentions by her deserved it.
The borrower gives me in pledge some raw sugars, on condition that I should sell if repayment were not made within a fixed period.
I and my seed are responsible for the repayment of the loan.
He has made me a very handsome advance-- a thousand pounds--and he can afford to wait for repayment.
He said that the repayment of a debt is just, and in saying so he appears to me to be right.
When Simonides said that the repayment of a debt was justice, he did not mean to include that case?
Repayment of the loan of forty thousand pounds (with interest) was due in less than a month's time.
He had not shown the slightest sign of attempting to fix anything that I had said to him in his mind, until I mentioned the time at which it was customary to permit the earliest repayment, on the part of a debtor, of money that had been advanced as a loan.
As a security for the repayment of this advance to P.
The hand,' said Mr Fledgeby, 'of a lovely and superior-minded female is ever the repayment of a--'
To save something toward the repayment of those creditors was the object toward which he was now bending all his thoughts and efforts; and under the influence of this all-compelling demand of his nature, the somewhat profuse man, who hated to be stinted or to stint any one else in his own house, was gradually metamorphosed into the keen-eyed grudger of morsels.