a given as salary or wages.
salary or wages:
One can stretch the paycheck only just so far.
also pay-check, 1894, from pay (n.) + check (n.).
- Pay court to
Solicit the favors or affection of, as in If you want to win the daughter, you’ll have to pay court to her mother. [ Late 1500s ]
[pey-dey] /ˈpeɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. the on which wages are given, payment is made, etc. 2. Informal. a or period during which a great deal of money, success, fame, etc., is won or obtained: Payday came when she was given a screen test by a big Hollywood studio. /ˈpeɪˌdeɪ/ noun 1. the day on which wages […]
- Payday lender
noun 1. a person or group that offers short-term loans, in advance of payday, at high rates of interest
noun 1. soil, gravel, or ore that can be mined profitably. 2. Informal. any source of success or wealth; a fortunate discovery or profitable venture: After months of experimentation, the scientists finally hit pay dirt. 3. Football. (def 1). noun 1. a deposit rich enough in minerals to be worth mining 2. (informal) strike pay […]