Definition of 'payday'
Example sentences containing 'payday'
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The intervention comes after a crackdown on payday lending in January last year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Costa wanted his big payday in China. The Sun (2017)Also, he took out payday loans in my name. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These actions came as a result of my own naivety, driven by a desire to strengthen regulations on payday lenders and protect vulnerable consumers. The Sun (2016)Campaigners have said overdraft charges are as bad as on payday loans, which have been capped at 0.8 per cent a day. The Sun (2016)THE number of complaints about payday loan firms is set to triple in the year to next April, figures show. The Sun (2016)Was the face of a payday loan firm. The Sun (2013)We should do the same for payday lending. The Sun (2013)Why would they fight anyone else when their biggest payday will be against me? Times, Sunday Times (2007)We continue to see clients trapped in a cycle of taking out payday loans. The Sun (2014)He criticised payday lenders for preying on the vulnerable. The Sun (2013)This means that he could be in line for another bumper payday. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is the sponsorship deals with a payday loan company. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Her successful campaign against the excesses of payday lending was a model of its kind. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He took out payday loans using their details. The Sun (2015)And we should look at the wider impact of advertising by payday lenders. The Sun (2013)The bumper payday was partly a result of pragmatism and caution rather than grand design. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The scheme will dramatically undercut payday loan firms' hefty interest charges. The Sun (2014)And he has guaranteed himself his biggest payday of at least 12,000. The Sun (2009)This is the payday loans company that charges interest of 4,000 per cent per year. The Sun (2012)In the short term, payday lending provides a way out of a tight spot. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Such a gentlemanly business, payday loans. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Single parents are hardest hit, with almost twice as many turning to payday lender. The Sun (2013)Our son steals money from us and takes payday loans which he can't repay. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The IPO will mean a big payday for many at the company and early investors. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This week he has added rent control to a manifesto that includes energy price control, control of payday lending and interference in foreign takeovers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Now he has a desert Classic in his sights - and a bumper payday. The Sun (2016)It's a big payday, but one that only seems fair. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The consumer group probed 34 payday loan firms' websites and found most of them failed to clearly show charges. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'payday'
British English: payday NOUN
Pay day is the day of the week or month on which you receive your wages or salary.
Until next payday, I was literally without any money.
Definition of payday from the Collins English Dictionary
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