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  1. pay

    • IPA[pā]

    美式

    • v.
      give (someone) money that is due for work done, goods received, or a debt incurred;give (a sum of money) in exchange for goods or work done or in discharge of a debt
    • n.
      the money paid to someone for regular work
    • verb: pay, 3rd person present: pays, gerund or present participle: paying, past tense: paid, past participle: paid

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give (someone) money that is due for work done, goods received, or a debt incurred:

      he paid the locals to pick his coffee beans

      TV licenses can be paid for by direct debit

    • 2. give (a sum of money) in exchange for goods or work done or in discharge of a debt:

      he paid $1,000 to have it built in 1977

      a museum paid him a four-figure sum for it

    • 3. hand over or transfer the amount due of (a debt, wages, etc.) to someone:

      bonuses were paid to savers whose policies completed their full term

    • 4. (of work, an investment, etc.) yield or provide someone with (a specified sum of money):

      jobs that pay $5 or $6 an hour

    • 5. (of a business or undertaking, or an attitude) be profitable or advantageous to someone:

      crime doesn't pay

      it pays to choose varieties carefully

    • 6. suffer a loss or other misfortune as a consequence of an action:

      the destroyer responsible for these atrocities would have to pay with his life

    • 7. give what is due or deserved to (someone); reward or punish:

      “I'll pay you for that,” he snarled

    • 8. give or bestow (attention, respect, or a compliment) on (someone):

      no one paid them any attention

    • 9. make (a visit or call) to (someone):

      she has been prevailed upon to pay us a visit

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the money paid to someone for regular work:

      those working on contract may receive higher rates of pay

      showing up and collecting your pay

    • past and past participle of pay
    • adj.
      (of work or leave) for or during which one receives pay:
    • a one-month paid vacation

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    • v.
      past and past participle of pay
    • adj.
      (of work or leave) for or during which one receives pay:
    • five weeks paid holiday a year

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    • n. a payment made to someone, especially as a bribe or on leaving a job:

    • he left the company with an £800,000 pay-off

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    • n. an envelope containing an employee's wages.

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    • n. ground containing ore in sufficient quantity to be profitably extracted.

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    • n. an envelope containing an employee's wages; a pay packet.

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    • IPA[peɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      give (someone) money that is due for work done, goods received, or a debt incurred:
    • the traveller paid a guide to show him across

      I'll pay for your ticket

    • n.
      the money paid to someone for regular work:
    • an entitlement to sickness pay

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    • IPA[peɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      seal (the deck or seams of a wooden ship) with pitch or tar to prevent leakage:
    • an open groove between the planks had to be payed by running in hot pitch from a special ladle

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    • IPA[pā]

    美式

    • v.
      seal (the deck or hull seams of a wooden ship) with pitch or tar to prevent leakage:
    • an open groove between the planks had to be payed by running in hot pitch from a special ladle

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  2. 知識+

    • 可以告訴我pay這個字的詳細用法嗎?

      Pay KK: [pe] DJ: [pei] vt. (及物動詞 transitive verb) 付,支付;付款給[O1][(+for/to)] She paid the money to me. 她將錢付給了我。 He... went on strike for higher pay. 礦工舉行罷工,要求增加工資。 報償;懲罰

    • pay for的用法

      It is your turn to pay for dinner. = To pay for dinner is your turn. 兩句的動詞都是...習慣。文法上稱這個後移的主詞為delayed subject Crime doesn't pay.=犯罪花不來。 This stock pays poorly.=這檔股票不合算(因為賺得...

    • pay 用法

      人+pay+錢+for+物 這邊的for的確可以解釋成「為了」 某人為了某物而付錢 若想要表達我付錢給某人,介係詞應該用to 主詞+pay+錢+to+人 I pay 200 dollars to the storekeeper for the book. 我付200塊給店長,是要買那本書。