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agency shop an agreement, between an owner or manager and a union that requires employees who do not want to join the union to pay a fee. [1/2 definitions]
agitator one who incites unrest or controversy, esp. one who does so for pay or to further a political cause. [1/2 definitions]
amortize to pay off (a debt) by installments over a defined period of time. [1/2 definitions]
assassinate to murder for pay or for ideological reasons. [1/2 definitions]
attend to listen to or pay attention to. [2/7 definitions]
bankrupt impoverished or unable to pay debts. [1/6 definitions]
bill of exchange a written order to pay a specified amount to a specified person, used mainly in conducting business abroad.
blackmail to force or attempt to force (someone) to pay money or perform some action under the threat of having damaging information revealed. [1/3 definitions]
board to provide with meals, esp. for pay. [1/8 definitions]
bonded subject to a binding promise to pay, as monetary debt. [1/3 definitions]
bond servant one who is bound to service without pay. [1/2 definitions]
brain drain (informal) the loss of professional or intellectual persons from one country or company to another that offers better pay, opportunities, or advantages.
check written instructions, usu. on a printed form, to a bank to pay money from an account. [1/18 definitions]
checkbook a booklet of blank forms that can be used to pay out money from a bank account.
checkout the time by which a guest at a hotel must vacate his or her room and pay the bill. [1/4 definitions]
compensate to pay or repay; recompense. . [1/4 definitions]
compound1 to calculate or pay (interest) on accrued interest as well as on principal. [1/12 definitions]
credit the right to buy at the present time and pay later, or one's reputation for paying one's debts. [1/12 definitions]
debit card a card issued by the holder's bank used to pay for purchases or withdraw money by an immediate electronic debiting of funds on deposit in the holder's bank account, and often also allowing transactions at an ATM machine.
deductible an insurance policy containing a stipulation that the insurer will pay only amounts remaining after a given amount is paid by the insured party. [1/5 definitions]
default the state of having failed to pay an amount owed within an allotted amount of time. [2/14 definitions]