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Synonyms for pay up

cancel or discharge a debt

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At first glance Pay Up does not appear to adhere to any traditional understanding of tragedy.
Or it can tide the firm over until deadbeat customers pay up.
But, like the Laffer curve, there's a line somewhere where it would be of value to have more orders in-house even if only 60 percent were going to pay up. (If it turns out that figure is 20 percent, I guess all bets would be off.)
Because a factor cares more about your customers' ability to pay up than your own, they are a viable source for companies with spotty credit histories.
He estimated at the time that Amazon pays the Postal Service $2 per package, which is about half what it would pay UPS or FedEx.
Global Banking News-April 14, 2017--Android Pay ups ante against Apple Pay
All the e-commerce retailers, like, are complaining to the federal government about the fact that neither Montgomery Mall nor any of the stores in Bethesda have to charge sales tax so people can just shop there tax-free--while the e-commerce retailers have to pay UPS and FedEx to deliver their goods to your door.