copay


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co·pay

 (kō′pā′)
n.
A copayment.
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copay

(kəʊˈpeɪ)
n
a copayment
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co•pay

(ˈkoʊˌpeɪ)
n.
a small fixed amount required by a health insurer to be paid by the insured for each outpatient visit or prescription.
Also called co•pay•ment (ˈkoʊˌpeɪ mənt)
[1970–75]
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Translations

co·pay·ment

, copay
n. pago compartido.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
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