Definition of 'pay day'
Example sentences containing 'pay day'
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But he insists this will be the last big pay day from his cue. The Sun (2013)Give your salary a stretch all the way until your next pay day with my fantastic elastic tips. The Sun (2013)There were not that many big pay days and you needed to be a music fan to recognise those haggard features. The Sun (2015)These are short-term loans taken out to tide people over until the next pay day. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The 130,000 prize made it the biggest pay day of his life. The Sun (2013)I can't wait to catch up with him for my big pay day. FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori (2004)But the smartest business brains in the world know there is one last big pay day in the Premier League. The Sun (2009)ONE in five workers cannot afford to go to the pub in the week before pay day, a new survey has found. The Sun (2014)Formula One's mastermind last night rejected one of the biggest pay days in sport to make the most famous name in motor racing very jealous. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I wouldn't imagine anyone would stand in his way or begrudge him that one big move, that one big pay day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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