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pay·out

 (pā′out′)
n.
1. The act or an instance of paying out.
2. A percentage of corporate earnings that is paid as dividends to shareholders.

pay•out

(ˈpeɪˌaʊt)

n.
1. an act or instance of paying or disbursing.
2. money paid or disbursed, as a dividend or winning.
[1900–05]
Translations

payout

[ˈpeɪaʊt] Npago m; (= share-out) → reparto m; (in competition) → premio m en metálico; (from insurance) → indemnización f

payout

pay-out [ˈpeɪaʊt] n
(to winner)prix m
(to policy-holder)indemnisation fpay packet n (British) (= wages) → paie fpayphone pay phone [ˈpeɪfəʊn] ntéléphone m publicpay raise n (US)augmentation f de salairepay rise n (British)augmentation f de salaire
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