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- v. to pay an amount of money owed to another, to repay
- v. to exact revenge
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If he were to conserve energy, then he would have to pay back some of his LQA to the government at the end of each year, he said.
You can choose to pay back the loan with regular deductions from your paycheck so that you don’t need to concern yourself with lumpsum payments every quarter.
Going further, he will pay back to her every cent that ever came from Wiegand's till.
The last step in Henry Ballinger’s march toward self-destruction was his inability to pay back the money loaned to him by the wealthiest nobleman in the region, Edward Ashton, Duke of Exmoor.
Understood the half-hate, the resentment, the desire to pay back the lonely years.
You wish a thousand tarns tanned in one afternoon? â âHe is a magician! â said Marcus. âYou wish Ar to escape the yoke of Cos? â I asked the fellow. âCertainly, â he said. âWhat we have in mind may help to bring that about, â I said. âSpeak, â he said. âYou know that Ar refused to support Arâ ™ s Station in the north and that her loyalty to the state of Ar cost her her walls and her Home Stone? â âYes, â he said. âI know that, but I am not supposed to know that. â âAr owes fidelity and courage of Arâ ™ s Station much, â I said. âGranted, â he said. âWould you like to pay back a part of the debt which Ar owes Arâ ™ s Station? â
His reasoning was specious, but pardonably so; had the consul and the urban praetor been involved in the escalation of the grain price, they would now be sitting back picking their teeth contentedly rather than chasing their tails to find the cash to pay back loans.