verb (used with object), re·paid, re·pay·ing.
verb (used without object), re·paid, re·pay·ing.
Examples from the Web for repay
She vowed to repay the money—no official word, however, on whether she ever did that.
There is no way I could ever repay the debt I owe him for his standing by me through the challenges of the last decade.
Chesapeake pledged to pay Access enough in fees to repay the $5 billion plus a 15 percent return on its pipelines.How the Kings of Fracking Double-Crossed Their Way to Riches|ProPublica|March 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The electric sports car maker is using a debt offering to repay a $465 million government loan – nine years before it is due.Tesla Motors will repay government loan nine years early|Daniel Gross|May 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But whatever the amount, over a couple of years it will more than repay the hour that you spent setting all this up.Happy Tax Day. Now Stop Making Interest-Free Loans to the U.S. Government.|Megan McArdle|April 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This woman was evidently quizzing him, so it behooved him to repay her in kind.The Panchronicon|Harold Steele Mackaye
Let him rave, if that's the way he wants to repay faithfulness.The White Desert|Courtney Ryley Cooper
Because I owe you now more than I can ever repay, for the wonderful friendship you have given me all my life!
My cousin, I have yet to learn in what way I shall be able to repay your goodness.Averil|Rosa Nouchette Carey
This boy was the mate heaven had sent her to repay for years of unhappiness.The Fighting Edge|William MacLeod Raine