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pay in English:

1. paid paid

They each paid separately.
Sending manuscript after manuscript paid off. A magazine finally published my work.
I wanted to ask Tom how much he paid for his new house, but Mary told me that would be impolite.
After a long dispute the coal mines closed and the remaining miners were paid off.
As I happened to be in the neighborhood, I went and paid him compliments.
Today, their efforts have paid off and they are in possession of conclusive evidence, an achievement which is indeed commendable.
His efforts in studying have paid off and his grades are improving by leaps and bounds.
He was deceived by the late night television shopping network and paid high prices.
As a result, people have got so used to being paid this way that they're uncomfortable with any other.
After the assistant returned $1 to each one, each man had actually paid only $9.
I only asked her what she paid for that dull-looking dress and she flew off the handle at me.
After pay withholding tax, please send the tax paid receipt in PDF format.
Always borrow money from a pessimist; he doesn't expect to be paid back.
Why are, depending on the company, blue-collar workers better paid than white-collar ones?

English word "pay"(paid) occurs in sets:

KBG A1 irregular verbs
A1+ irregular verbs 2