Definition of 'payout'
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The investor then receives the insurance payout when the person dies. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You shouldn't have the stress of battling for an insurance payout on top. The Sun (2016)He was under pressure after three other banking chiefs snubbed huge payouts. The Sun (2010)An inquiry this year had called for big lump sum payouts. The Sun (2009)He has yet to be told whether he will be receive a payout. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If it is claimed by a single winner it will be the biggest lottery payout in history. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It comes amid concern that company payouts are drying up. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But this is limited to one payout per person per banking licence. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This means that you will receive your first payout after a time of your choosing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This allows them to set aside money in good times to boost payouts in lean ones. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Shareholders are unlikely to see another payout for some time. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There are six to eight standard medical questions clients answer to establish whether they could qualify for a larger payout. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Individuals who have already paid the tax could be in line to receive payouts from the taxman from this summer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Who will get the largest payouts? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The problem is that being signed on is an important condition of your being eligible for any payout under the insurance policy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Trading has slowed this year, although some bankers will still be in line for huge payouts. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The payout will be one of the biggest for a British retail company. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His heartless wife used the 200,000 insurance payout to live the high life. The Sun (2006)Some of these 20,000 shareholders will receive a payout in respect of their holdings. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The bigger the profits, the bigger the payouts. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The payout remains one of the biggest on record for a British retail company. Times, Sunday Times (2016)At the same time, he claims that his insurance payouts had been suspended. Times, Sunday Times (2006)PLANS to end huge payouts to public sector bosses top the agenda. The Sun (2015)Most are boarded up awaiting demolition and the company can expect payouts of more than 1m for the condemned houses. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Executives in the public sector who receive large redundancy payouts will have to pay them back if they return to a job in the same area. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I did get quite a big payout when the company sold for about 40m. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'payout'
British English: payout NOUN
A payout is a sum of money, especially a large one, that is paid to someone, for example by an insurance company or as a prize.
...long delays in receiving insurance payouts.
Definition of payout from the Collins English Dictionary
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