- n. alternative spelling of pay grade.
- n. rank in a military organization
- pay + grade (Wiktionary)
“Doing due diligence sometimes can cause delays at the outset, but having a high % of certainty that your staff at a certain paygrade aren't going off the reservation and fouling things up can be very beneficial and cost efficient in the long run.”
“All French wines and champagne that were far above my "paygrade"!”
“paygrade" and now, we have to deal with incompetence and a congress that cant seem to get a handle on a damned thing without taxing the holy crap out of everything and anything.”
“Micromanagers B-D who are at a lower paygrade than A automatically agree with the boss.”
“I'm pissed off that no one has the balls to remove the respirator, angry that she trusted her golden child with this clearly above his paygrade decision, and sad that she wasn't a nicer person when it counted so that I could feel some cathartic grief.”
“He achieved the rank of Lieutenant, paygrade 0-3, as a NFO.”
“Sorry. â€ â€œNo problem, no problem at all, HN (Hospitalman, E-3 paygrade) Marisol. â€”
“(The CA ARNG, ANG, CA SMR and Naval Militia) for 8 years, leaving in the paygrade of lieutenant colonel on State Active Duty.”
“But, if the show does return, Danny's new paygrade could definitely complicate things.”
“As usual this is not his call and he is trying to evaluate something that is way above his paygrade.”
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