[ pey-in ]

  1. a deposit in an account.

Origin of pay-in

Noun use of the verb phrase pay in

Words Nearby pay-in Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use pay-in in a sentence

  • That means it costs more to pay in-state tuition at Berkeley than to attend Harvard.

    20 Colleges Worth the Price | Kathleen Kingsbury | March 23, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • But I've still kep' speculatin' and a-gainin' year by year, Tel I'm pay-in' half the taxes in the county, mighty near!

    Riley Love-Lyrics | James Whitcomb Riley
  • I found it purty had work, cos every-bodie 'peared to be perticklar fond of pay-in all there bills next week.

    The Bad Boy At Home | Walter T. Gray
  • It will pay-in better work by yourself and by the men working for you.

British Dictionary definitions for pay in

pay in

  1. (tr, adverb) to hand (money, a cheque, etc) to a cashier for depositing in a bank, etc

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