Hindi translation of 'pay'
pay /peɪ पेइ/
Word forms: pays, paying, paid
1. transitive or intransitive verb
When you pay an amount of money to someone, you give it to them because you are buying something from them or because you owe it to them. When you pay something such as a bill or a debt, you pay the amount that you owe.
किसी रकम का भुगतान करना/भुगतान करना
Richer people may have to pay more in taxes.
All you pay for is breakfast and dinner.
We paid £35 for each ticket.
You can pay by credit card.
2. transitive verb, uncountable noun
When you are paid, or when you receive your pay, you get your wages or salary from your employer.
तनख़्वाह पाना nf, वेतन पाना/तनख़्वाह, वेतन , mn
When used as a noun, pay is a general word which you can use to refer to the money you get from your employer for doing your job. Professional people and office workers receive a salary, which is paid monthly. However, when talking about someone's salary, you usually give the annual figure. I'm paid a salary of £15,000 a year. Manual workers are paid wages, or a wage. The plural is more common than the singular, especially when you are talking about the actual cash that someone receives. Every week he handed all his wages to his wife. Wages are usually paid, and quoted, as an hourly or a weekly sum. ...a starting wage of five dollars an hour. Your income consists of all the money you receive from all sources, including your pay.
I get paid monthly.
They have not had a pay rise for two years.
3. transitive or intransitive verb
If a course of action pays, or pays you, it results in some advantage or benefit for you.
फ़ायदा पहुंचाना/फ़ायदेमंद होना
It pays to keep your body and mind in good shape.
4. intransitive verb
If you pay for something that you do or have, you suffer as a result.
You will pay for this. Murder for murder, blood for blood.
5. transitive verb
You use pay with some nouns, for example in the expressions pay a visit and pay attention, to indicate that something is given or done.
He felt a bump, but paid no attention to it.
If you pay your way, you have or earn enough money to pay for what you need, without needing other people to give or lend you money.
अपना खर्च खुद उठाना
I went to college anyway, paying my own way.
7. see also paid
If you pay back money that you have borrowed from someone, you give them an equal amount at a later time.
If you pay off a debt, you give someone all the money that you owe them.
If an action pays off, it is successful.
All their hard work has finally paid off.
3. see also payoff
If you pay out money, usually a large amount, you spend it on something.
Football clubs can pay out millions of pounds for players.
If you pay up, you give someone the money that you owe them.
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Example Sentences Including 'pay'
A Fardohnyan queen was a small price to pay for the guarantee that Hablet was unable to make war on them.TREASON KEEP (2001)
The Eighth did hide, hide all away, But the Seven caught him and made him pay.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
On a captain's pay , you can't afford a drink here, let alone indulge your rather exotic tastes.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'pay' in Other Languages
- Arabic: دَفْعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pagamento
- Chinese: 薪水
- Croatian: plaća
- Czech: plat
- Danish: betaling
- Dutch: loon
- European Spanish: paga
- Finnish: palkka
- French: paye
- German: Lohn Löhne
- Greek: αμοιβή
- Italian: stipendio
- Japanese: 給料
- Korean: 지급
- Norwegian: betaling
- Polish: zapłata
- Portuguese: pagamento
- Romanian: venit venituri
- Russian: плата
- Spanish: pago paga
- Swedish: lön
- Thai: ค่าแรง
- Turkish: maaş
- Ukrainian: плата
- Vietnamese: tiền lương
- Arabic: يَدْفَعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pagar
- Chinese: 付钱
- Croatian: platiti
- Czech: platit zaplatitpenězi
- Danish: betale
- Dutch: betalen
- European Spanish: pagar
- Finnish: maksaa suorittaa maksu
- French: payer
- German: zahlen
- Greek: πληρώνω
- Italian: pagare
- Japanese: 支払う
- Korean: 지불하다
- Norwegian: betale
- Polish: zapłacić płacić
- Portuguese: pagar
- Romanian: a plăti
- Russian: платить
- Spanish: pagar
- Swedish: betala
- Thai: จ่าย
- Turkish: ödemek
- Ukrainian: платити заплатити
- Vietnamese: thanh toán
Translation of pay from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary