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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrepaidre‧paid /rɪˈpeɪd/  x-refthe past tense and past participle of repay
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repaidUnited California sued, and Prudential countered that it could not be compelled to lend money that obviously would not be repaid.Other advances for fixed periods are only repaid at the end of that period.Because he wants his investment to be repaid before you take dividends out of your corporation, he asks for preferred stock.Within eight years he had fully repaid his creditors and accumulated a greater fortune than ever before.The amount of principle repaid is constant with each payment.The debt is to be repaid through Pima County residents' user fees.A general obligation bond is repaid through property taxes.
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