payoff


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  • noun

Synonyms for payoff

Synonyms for payoff

money, property, or a favor given, offered, or promised to a person or accepted by a person in a position of trust as an inducement to dishonest behavior

Synonyms for payoff

the final payment of a debt

Related Words

payment made to a person in a position of trust to corrupt his judgment

the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property

a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing

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Southwire's SIMpull REEL maneuverable payoff system eliminates the need for additional equipment and makes it possible for one worker to safely and efficiently maneuver a 6,000-pound reel through spaces as narrow as a 36-inch doorway.
Tanya Thomas, Customer Success Advocate at Payoff proclaimed, “I joined Team Payoff because I wanted to believe that there really were companies out there that genuinely care about their employees, and their customers.
The payoffs raise fresh fears over hidden Olympic waste beginning to emerge.
Asked why he did not know some payoffs had gone beyond what was contractually needed, Lord Patten appeared to suggest former director-general Mark Thompson should be called to give evidence.
PUBLIC spending watchdogs are set to investigate the huge payoffs given to staff leaving the BBC.
Trepp said the comparison of the payoff percent by balance versus by loan count represents another turn.
The experiment protocol uses a double-blind payoff procedure in which neither the other subjects nor the experimenters can identify the individual who has made any specific decision.
In our sample, the worst annual payoff is negative 5.
If the projected stock price is greater than the exercise price of $5 and less than or equal to the price of $10 on the option grant date, employees would reject the offer, because the future payoff without the repricing is positive, but the payoff with it is zero.
Several researchers have used coordination games with Pareto-ranked Nash equilibria to study the effects of changing the payoff level.
The incentive structure of the payoff matrix in Figure 1 creates a dominant choice of two rafts each regardless of what the other does.
That's right, Jan, but, as an elected official representative of ``We the people,'' you need to pay attention to the fact that 99 percent of the citizens of this city feel this payoff of $2.
While many homeowners who receive a recorded mortgage default notice don't know what to do, real estate agents are now seeking advanced training on how to help homeowners avoid foreclosure by listing the "upside-down" property for sale and negotiating a discount or a short payoff on the mortgage with the lenders.
Brain activity associated with gambling could clarify why some people choose to pursue a loved one after a breakup, even when the payoff is uncertain, she says.
We don't fund science fiction in AFRL, we only fund legitimate science that has potential payoff for the Air Force.