Pronunciation of Pay  

   

English Meaning

To cover, as bottom of a vessel, a seam, a spar, etc., with tar or pitch, or waterproof composition of tallow, resin, etc.; to smear.

  1. To give money to in return for goods or services rendered: pay the cashier.
  2. To give (money) in exchange for goods or services: paid four dollars for a hamburger; paid an hourly wage.
  3. To discharge or settle (a debt or obligation): paying taxes; paid the bill.
  4. To give recompense for; requite: a kindness that cannot be paid back.
  5. To give recompense to; reward or punish: I'll pay him back for his insults.
  6. To bear (a cost or penalty, for example) in recompense: She paid the price for her unpopular opinions.
  7. To yield as a return: a savings plan that paid six percent interest.
  8. To afford an advantage to; profit: It paid us to be generous.
  9. To give or bestow: paying compliments; paying attention.
  10. To make (a visit or call).
  11. To let out (a line or cable) by slackening.
  12. To give money in exchange for goods or services.
  13. To discharge a debt or obligation.
  14. To bear a cost or penalty in recompense: You'll pay for this mischief!
  15. To be profitable or worthwhile: It doesn't pay to get angry.
  16. Of, relating to, giving, or receiving payments.
  17. Requiring payment to use or operate: a pay toilet.
  18. Yielding valuable metal in mining: a pay streak.
  19. The act of paying or state of being paid.
  20. Money given in return for work done; salary; wages.
  21. Recompense or reward: Your thanks are pay enough.
  22. Retribution or punishment.
  23. Paid employment: the workers in our pay.
  24. A person considered with regard to his or her credit or reliability in discharging debts.
  25. pay off To pay the full amount on (a debt).
  26. pay off To effect profit: a bet that paid off poorly.
  27. pay off To get revenge for or on; requite.
  28. pay off To pay the wages due to (an employee) upon discharge.
  29. pay off Informal To bribe.
  30. pay off Nautical To turn or cause to turn (a vessel) to leeward.
  31. pay out To give (money) out; spend.
  32. pay out To let out (a line or rope) by slackening.
  33. pay up To give over the full monetary amount demanded.
  34. pay (one's) dues To earn a given right or position through hard work, long-term experience, or suffering: She paid her dues in small-town theaters before being cast in a Broadway play.
  35. pay (one's) way To contribute one's own share; pay for oneself.
  36. pay the piper To bear the consequences of something.
  37. pay through the nose Informal To pay excessively.
  38. To coat or cover (seams of a ship, for example) with waterproof material such as tar or asphalt.

Malayalam Meaning

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× മതിയായ പ്രതിതഫലം ലഭിക്കുക - Mathiyaaya Prathithaphalam Labhikkuka | Mathiyaya Prathithaphalam Labhikkuka
× പ്രതികാരം ചെയ്യുക - Prathikaaram Cheyyuka | Prathikaram Cheyyuka
× പ്രതിഫലം - Prathiphalam
× ആദായകരമാവുക - Aadhaayakaramaavuka | adhayakaramavuka
× കൂലി - Kooli
× ശമ്പളം - Shampalam
× പേ - Pe

   

The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Exodus 22:17

If her father utterly refuses to give her to him, he shall pay money according to the bride-price of virgins.


അവളെ അവന്നു കൊടുപ്പാൻ അവളുടെ അപ്പന്നു അശേഷം മനസ്സില്ലെങ്കിൽ അവൻ കന്യകമാരുടെ സ്ത്രീധനത്തിന്നു ഒത്തവണ്ണം പണം കൊടുക്കേണം.


Esther 3:9

If it pleases the king, let a decree be written that they be destroyed, and I will pay ten thousand talents of silver into the hands of those who do the work, to bring it into the king's treasuries."


രാജാവിന്നു സമ്മതമുണ്ടെങ്കിൽ അവരെ നശിപ്പിക്കേണ്ടതിന്നു സന്ദേശം എഴുതി അയക്കേണം; എന്നാൽ ഞാൻ കാര്യവിചാരകന്മാരുടെ കയ്യിൽ പതിനായിരം താലന്ത് വെള്ളി രാജാവിന്റെ ഭണ്ഡാരത്തിലേക്കു കൊടുത്തയക്കാം എന്നു പറഞ്ഞു.


Psalms 22:25

My praise shall be of You in the great assembly; I will pay My vows before those who fear Him.


മഹാസഭയിൽ എനിക്കു പ്രശംസ നിങ്കൽനിന്നു വരുന്നു. അവന്റെ ഭക്തന്മാർ കാൺകെ ഞാൻ എന്റെ നേർച്ചകളെ കഴിക്കും.


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