pay off

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English - Turkish
k.dili. faydalı olmak
(Dilbilim) sus payı ödemek
itfa etmek
(Dilbilim) hesabını görmek
(Dilbilim) kapatmak
parasını eline verip kovmak
(deyim) başarılı olmak
(deyim) sonuç getirmek
(Ticaret) tasfiye
(deyim) (borcunun) tamamını ödemek
(Ticaret) maaş vermek
acısını çıkartmak
tamamıyla ödemek (borcu)
(Dilbilim) hesabını kesmek
(borcunu) tamamen ödemek
(Ticaret) borcunu ödeyip bitirmek
(Ticaret) işine son vermek
diyet ödemek
borcu kapatmak
(Dilbilim) hesabını sormak
bir borcu tamamen ödemek
maaş ver
borcunu tamamen ödemek
(borcu) tamamıyla ödemek
Masrafını çıkarmak; karşılığını vermek
faydalı olmak
{f} öç almak
{f} çıkarmak (masraf)
{f} tamamen ödemek

Tom bütün borçlarını tamamen ödemek için çalışıyor. - Tom is trying to pay off all his debts.

{f} değmek
{k} (deyim) (kd) kara para verip susturmak. 2.borç temizlemek. 3.ücretini verip yol vermek. pay sth. off ödemeyi bitirmek
{k} (deyim) başarmak, kazanç sağlamak. pay someone off
{f} parasını verip kovmak
{f} hesabını kapatmak
(Fiili Deyim ) -e ücretini verip yol vermek
{f} acısını çıkarmak
pay off old scores
hesaplaşmak
pay off old scores
(deyim) acısını çıkarmak
pay off debts
borçları ödemek
pay off for
için ödemek
pay off.
ödemek
pay off a debt
borç kapatmak
pay off debt
borç kapatmak
pay off debt
borç yatırmak
pay off the balance
bakiyeyi kapatmak
payoff
karşılık
payoff
sonuç
pay something off
ödemek
payoff
{i} çıkış noktası
pay someone off
birine rüşvet vermek
pay something off
kapatmak
pay something off
temizlemek
pay-off
borcu kapamak
payoff
ceza
payoff
ödeme vakti
payoff
(Konuşma Dili) bedel
payoff
ücret ödeme
payoff
ödül
payoff
çözücü
payoff
borcun son taksidi
payoff
(Reklam) reklam kampanyasının sonucu
payoff
hakedilmiş ceza
payoff
maaş verme
payoff
ödeme
pay-off
ödeme-off
to pay off
ödemek için
lay off pay
geçici işsizlik parası
pay s.o. off
birine ücretini/maaşını verip işine son vermek
pay s.o. off
birine rüşvet vermek
payoff
hesaplaşma

Tom kesin bir hesaplaşma olmadığı sürece o hisse senedine yatırım yapmayacağını söyledi. - Tom said that he would not invest in stocks unless there was a definite payoff.

payoff
{i} k.dili. ceza
payoff
ceza/son/ödeme
payoff
{i} argo rüşvet
payoff
dili sonuç
payoff
rüşvet
payoff
{i} k.dili. sonuç, netice
payoff
{i} k.dili. ödül
payoff
intikam
payoff
{i} zirve
payoff
dili ödül veya ceza
English - English
To bribe, especially to deter oversight

I thought the guards would give us trouble, but apparently he had paid them off.

To become worthwhile after a lapse

Her years of Spanish classes finally paid off when she found herself in Mexico and realized she could communicate with people.

If you pay off a debt, you give someone all the money that you owe them. It would take him the rest of his life to pay off that loan
pay someone with influence in order to receive a favor
To call a bet by a player you're reasonably sure has you beat Usually you ought to have some sort of reason to do this, other than just generosity Weak players pay you off more often than other players I was pretty sure he had the flush, but with all that money in the pot I figured it was worth paying him off to be sure
do or give something to somebody in return; "Does she pay you for the work you are doing?"
{f} pay a debt in full; yield a profit; pay a person who has influence as to obtain a favor; reward; punish, get revenge
To call a bet where the bettor is representing a hand that you can't beat, but the pot is sufficiently large to justify a call anyway Example: "He played it exactly like he made the flush, but I had top set so I paid him off "
If an action pays off, it is successful or profitable after a period of time. Sandra was determined to become a doctor and her persistence paid off. see also payoff
eliminate by paying off (debts)
If you pay off someone, you give them the amount of money that you owe them or that they are asking for, so that they will not take action against you or cause you any trouble. his bid to raise funds to pay off his creditors
take vengeance on or get even; "We'll get them!"; "That'll fix him good!"; "This time I got him"
To call on the final round of betting when you may or may not think you have the best hand
pay off (loans or promissory notes)
yield a profit or result; "His efforts finally paid off"
yield a profit or result; "His efforts finally paid off
pay off old scores
settle an old account, repay an old bill
pay-off
A reward
pay-off
A bribe
pay-off
A payment
to pay off
{v} due
always pay off
always repay debts, never be in debt
payoff
alternative spelling of pay-off
payoff
The total amount of money needed to pay off a loan; includes all principal, interest, and fees associated with a loan contract
payoff
is usually the CLIMAX of a situation Sometimes it can be a cue for applause, but more often the TAG LINE is used to cue the audience to applaud
payoff
The value distributed to the classifiers acting in the previous iteration from those active in the current iteration by the Credit Allocation mechanism
payoff
for every alternative/state of nature combination, the associated profit, cost, etc
payoff
A payoff is a payment which is made to someone, often secretly or illegally, so that they will not cause trouble. Soldiers in both countries supplement their incomes with payoffs from drugs exporters
payoff
The paying out of a winning bet to a player
payoff
A payoff is a large payment made to someone by their employer when the person has been forced to leave their job. The ousted chairman received a £1.5 million payoff from the loss-making oil company
payoff
The complete repayment of loan principal, interest and any other sums due; payoffs occur either over the full term of the loan through monthly amortization or through prepayments
payoff
{i} settlement of debts; bribe
payoff
Final payment on a loan When a property is sold, the sale contract usually requires that the entire amount remaining on the seller's existing loan is payed with a lump-sum payoff
payoff
The value of a position at a point in time The term often implicitly refers to a payoff at expiration or maturity
payoff
when a completed well has reached production and is beginning to create revenues
payoff
Payment-in-full of a loan at or before maturity
payoff
the income arising from land or other property; "the average return was about 5%"
payoff
The (usually hidden) reward a person gains from a particular form of interaction, transaction or piece of difficult or challenging behaviour See also 'game', 'life script'
payoff
The amount owed on an existing loan or lien which will be paid off on a closing
payoff
The payment in full of an existing loan or other lien
payoff
The payoff from an action is the advantage or benefit that you get from it. If such materials became generally available to the optics industry the payoffs from such a breakthrough would be enormous
payoff
The score of each player in a game
payoff
The amount paid to a player for his played ticket Not necessarily a net profit
payoff
The time when a well's production begins to bring in revenues
payoff
- The results of an advertising campaign Motto Advertising guarantees that its clients will enjoy a strong payoff, or the agency will pay for the ads
payoff
a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing; "the wages of sin is death"; "virtue is its own reward"
payoff
the final payment of a debt
payoff
The process of feeding a cable or wire from a bobbin, reel or other packages Also a device used for paying out wire or cable into a piece of equipment or machinery
payoff
Amount that a player wins or loses in a particular game situation (p 376)
payoff
The casino pays and the player collects a winning bet
payoff
The complete repayment of loan principal, interest and other amounts due
payoff
payment made to a person in a position of trust to corrupt his judgment
pay off

    Turkish pronunciation

    pey ôf

    Pronunciation

    /ˈpā ˈôf/ /ˈpeɪ ˈɔːf/

    Etymology

    [ 'pA ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French paier, from Latin pacare to pacify, from pac-, pax peace.

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