verb (used with object), re·paid, re·pay·ing.
verb (used without object), re·paid, re·pay·ing.
- repeat oneself
Origin of repay
Examples from the Web for repaid
I think they looked at it as an opportunity to effectively get disguised financing…that is going to be repaid at a premium.How the Kings of Fracking Double-Crossed Their Way to Riches|ProPublica|March 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This spring Tesla repaid its loan from the Department of Energy several years early and raised $1 billion in private capital.Tesla’s Rise Forces Other Automakers to Up Their Electric Car Game|Daniel Gross|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The credit system functions only if people can sleep at night secure in the knowledge that their loans will be repaid.
Carl is repaid for his worldliness with failure and ignominy.
Chrysler and GM have not repaid the bailout loans as is stated.Obama’s ‘The Road’ and Bush’s ‘The Pitch’ Both Smart Films, But Dubya’s Video Gave Hope|Mark McKinnon|March 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Chavigni repaid the Cardinal with heartfelt gratitude, with firm adherence, and uncompromising service.Richelieu, v. 1/3|G. P. R. James
The money was to be repaid, and the employment was at an end.
It might one day respond, while certainly if it repaid warmly my love now, one day it would not.The Damsel and the Sage|Elinor Glyn
Good, and for the first time burglary shall be repaid with gratitude.The Colossus|Opie Read
It had been worth the doing, and her toil was repaid now a thousandfold.The Girls of St. Cyprian's|Angela Brazil