from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The day on which employees' salaries or wages are paid.
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- n. The day of the week or month, or the specific day, on which an employee's wages or salary is paid.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the day on which you receive pay for your work
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If you're lucky, you might not be familiar with the term "payday loan".
It changes short-term payday loans – with typical terms of just a week or two until the borrower's next payday – into six-month loans.
An author seeking damages would do better, one would have thought, by claiming to have become so addled that she had decided to forsake a certain payday for the vain hope of literary success ....
Hillary and her supporters are wrong and they know it but payday is coming.
What leads to looting of taxpayers is: (1) not having to defend *any* reasonable story about future returns (2) politically enabled players taking a short term payday on a huge amount of unsustainable business (3) with the players knowing somebody else will pay for the ultimate massive shortfall, a shortfall much more massive that the monies actually looted.
Despite seven trips to the disabled list in eight seasons, J.D. received his largest payday from the Red Sox this year, agreeing to a five-year, $70 million deal after forgoing the final three years of his contract with the Dodgers that would have paid him $33 million.
Short-term payday loans with excessive interest rates can quickly turn into a crushing long-term debt.
Jim Talent (R-MO) and Bill Nelson (D-FL) that places a cap of 36 percent on high interest rates for short-term payday loans to military members.
I've got to go figure out when payday is for the school district.
Most of the financing in this segment is done in the form of short-term payday loans, which is riskier.