repay


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Financial, Idioms.
Related to repay: relay
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Synonyms for repay

Synonyms for repay

to exact revenge for or from

to give back, especially money

to give a satisfactory return to

Synonyms for repay

make repayment for or return something

Synonyms

Related Words

act or give recompense in recognition of someone's behavior or actions

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The Dutch group was initially looking to fully repay the loan this year, but shelved this plan amid macroeconomic uncertainties and stricter capital requirements.
Surprisingly, debtors may prefer Chapter 13 to Chapter 7 despite having to repay a greater percentage of their debts.
Though she wasn't certain how the city should go about it, she said the city should repay the entire loan it made to its redevelopment agency before the council approves any more redevelopment projects.
VI) might not be able to repay state capital that it received during the financial crisis as per its initial plans.
Focusing on the meaning of the word "discharge" the Supreme Court found that "discharge of indebtedness" conveys the forgiveness of, or the release from, an obligation to repay.
To determine whether a loan is made with reasonable expectation, belief and intention to repay, the courts generally use a facts-and-circumstances approach.
Credit rating agencies have cut their ratings on Dubai Holding and other state-linked companies this year on fears that Dubai would be unable to repay its at least USD80bn of debt.
415 are calculated with respect to employer contributions used to repay an exempt loan, rather than with respect to securities allocated to participants.
Military enlisted personnel who have had payday loans repay them more quickly and are more likely to remain out of debt than their civilian counterparts: 49% of military enlisted payday-loan borrowers report that they have used a payday loan no more than twice in the last year (compared to 16% of the general population of payday borrowers); 79% said they had no more than four loans in the last year (compared to 65% of the general population).
PA) has announced that it is planning to repay state funds early.
On June 5, 2006, Carmike entered into a fourth amendment, dated as of June 2, 2006, to its existing senior secured credit facility which permits a portion of the existing delayed-draw term loan commitment to be used to repay the Notes upon an acceleration resulting from Carmike's failure to deliver its Form 10-K as required by the indenture.
So far, 10 banks in the country have been allowed to repay the funds.
To the extent that a loan, when made, is a deemed distribution or an account balance is reduced to repay a loan, the amount includible in income is subject to withholding.
Proposing $920 million to partially repay the loan that was created when Proposition 42 was suspended in 2004-05; allocating $18.
In the event that new SLNs and CNs cannot be issued to repay maturing notes, IndyMac has the ability to extend the tenor of these liabilities by converting them into extended notes and noncalled notes, respectively (together, the Extended Notes), each with a maximum final maturity of 60 days from the expected maturity date or expected call date.