verb (used with object), pre·paid, pre·pay·ing.
Related formspre·pay·a·ble, adjectivepre·pay·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for prepaid
The cartel men kept the phone numbers of ICE agents on their prepaid cellphones.
I sent a telegram to the Rabbi in Damascus asking if he needed religious books and prepaid [for his response].
As Orman sees it, prepaid debit cards and credit cards are two sides of the same coin, so to speak.
“I had no idea how threatened the banking industry and other prepaid cards would be,” Orman says of its reception.
“You know, the Approved Card, on the surface, is a prepaid debit card,” she said at the time.
Not a line of explanation came with it, but all charges were prepaid.Bunch Grass|Horace Annesley Vachell
The window-man and alphabet-keeper received the money on prepaid letters and posted lists of those for whom letters had arrived.The History of the British Post Office|Joseph Clarence Hemmeon
American newspapers posted or re-posted in Canada must be prepaid one cent each, by stamp, otherwise they will not be forwarded.Canadian Postal Guide|Various
In both cases the postage to be prepaid, either at the mailing- or delivery-office.Foot-prints of a letter carrier|James Rees
No request for pre-cancelled stamps can be considered where the number of pieces to be prepaid thereby is less than 25,000.Canada: Its Postage Stamps and Postal Stationery|Clifton Armstrong Howes