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Synonyms for pay off

yield a profit or result

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eliminate by paying off (debts)

pay off (loans or promissory notes)


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do or give something to somebody in return

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pay someone with influence in order to receive a favor

take vengeance on or get even

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Signing up automatically adds players to the Givling queue for a chance to pay off an outstanding student loan.
If, for whatever reason, you are unable to move your debt - still aim to pay off any credit card or store card debt as quickly as possible.
As you eliminate one debt, use the cash surplus to pay off the next debt.
Southern Kern voters approved a $12 million bond measure in November 2002 to help pay for the building of Westpark Elementary School, pay off debt incurred to build and improve schools to meet demands of a booming enrollment in the early 1990s, expand Rosamond High's cafeteria, and install Internet lines and upgrade computers at schools.
Pay off moderate interest rate debts in order based on the after-tax interest rate.
The RBS Fastest Mortgage League highlights the UK's mortgage payment hotspots, where average-earning homeowners can pay off the remainder of their mortgages the soonest
A woman expecting her third child told a court she did know what would happen if she did not pay off her outstanding fines.
Tax Freedom Day is the day on which the average American, if he were required to pay off all of his taxes before collecting any income himself, would finally be able to start working for himself.
Research by the authority found that fewer than one in 10 people who bought an endowment mortgage said they were warned there was a risk the policy may not pay off the loan.
ISAs are coming out as a favourite way to pay off a mortgage, save for a pension or as a deposit for a first home.
OWAIN Harrison is playing the stock market to pay off his mortgage.
Would you pay off a debt rather than buy needed medicine for your sick child?
The IRS has ruled in Letter Ruling (TAM) 9304003 that a corporation could not deduct an "extraordinary" dividend paid as part of a redemption and used to pay off an exempt employee stock option plan (ESOP) loan.