|able to be paid||defrayable|
|a money paid by an insurance company, contract by which property or persons are guaranteed against damage or loss; something which protects or guarantees safety, financial protection against loss or harm, insurance business, means of protection, premiu...||insurance|
|ability to be paid off; ability to be regained through payment; ability to be converted into its cash value; ability to be delivered from sin or evil; ability to be fulfilled; ability to make amends||redeemability|
|accommodations, financial benefit paid after a person has stopped working; boarding house; allowance, stipend, grant a pension, give a regular payment to someone who cannot work due to old age or disability, pay a pension, regular sum paid, retirement ...||pension|
|accomplish, enter sum paid for something, phone||ring up|
|accuse or charge, charge paid by members, charge tax, determine costs of litigation, impose a tariff, impose a levy; burden, demand too much, fee, money paid to a government, strain, strain or make heavy demands on||tax|
|act as hostess, paid dance partner, woman attendant for passengers, woman entertaining guests, woman greeter in a restaurant, woman introducing guests on show, woman who receives guests into her home; stewardess (on a train, plane, etc.); greeter of pa...||hostess|
|act of committing something, appointment as military officer, assign, authority or instruction, authority to act as agent, contract, order; confer rank or authority, empower, authorize, equip ship, fee paid to agent, government group, group with task, ...||commission|
|act of paying for somebody else, deal with something in a particular way, delight; refreshment or entertainment given to its recipient without cost; the bearing of the cost of a treat, discuss a topic, entertainment paid for by somebody else, negotiate...||treat|
|act of paying, money paid, money paid toward a debt; wage, salary; compensation, bonus; punishment, reward||payment|
|act of renting something, available to lease or rent, for rent, money paid as rent; income earned from rent payments; property that is leased or rented; act of leasing, relating to rent, rent income, renting business, something rentable||rental|
|acting; mode of action; operation; activation; processing; solving; advance through great effort; fermenting, adequate, functioning, given over to work, having paid job, jerking motion, laboring; of work; useful, practical, process of shaping something...||working|
|actual wages paid||nominal wages|
|additional sum, amount above par value, cost of insurance, cost of securities option, extra charge for borrowing money, fee for instruction, high-quality, inducement to buy, prize, supplementary charge, additional charge; amount paid for insurance; pri...||premium|
|advantage, profit; aid; stipend, pension, be useful; profit, be advantageous, give or receive benefit, government assistance, money paid to claimant, performance for charity||benefit|
|adverse effect, be harmed, cause harm, cause injury, cost, harm or injury, harm; (Slang) expense, cost (e.g., "What is the damage for the drinks we had at the bar?"), money paid as compensation||damage|
|advertisement on radio or television, done for profit, for industrial use, paid for with advertising, pertaining to buying and selling, pertaining to business, relating to commerce, suitable for trading, television or radio advertisement||commercial|
|allowance paid to a former spouse (often by legal agreement), financial support to ex-spouse, maintenance||alimony|
|amends, money paid to repair a loss, payment of money to cover loss, recompense, repayment; something done to make up for (a loss, deficiency or fault), stressing a quality||compensation|
|amount paid for something, be expensive, be priced at, calculate money required, cause loss of, cost price, have a price, require payment; set a price, legal expenses, loss or effort, money spent doing something||cost|
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