pay in


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pay in

vb
(Banking & Finance) (tr, adverb) to hand (money, a cheque, etc) to a cashier for depositing in a bank, etc
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Translations

w>pay in

vt sepeinzahlen; to pay money into an accountGeld auf ein Konto einzahlen
vieinzahlen
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"Taken as a whole, the companies paid their losses remarkably well, but it is nevertheless the fact that there were many companies which, while able to pay in full, met their creditors in an arbitrary and technical spirit."