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paid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpaidpaid /peɪd/   put paid to something at put(15)
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paidIt is not known whether the fine was eventually paid.Where applicable, a London Weighting Allowance of £1702, £1012 or £160 p.a. will also be paid.They paid a lot of money for me to come here.The fees would be paid direct to institutions on students' behalf by local education authorities.Some grants are paid directly to the developer; others are paid to the local authority or other public body.Most people want to be paid in a valuable, stable currency that is a sound store of wealth.The gambles very often paid off.Since you do not accept paid tobacco advertisements, why did you allow this one?
From Longman Business Dictionary
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