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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
adjective COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES make a cheque out/payable to sb (= write someone's name on a cheque so it is paid to them ) ▪ Who shall I make the cheque out to? EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES ▪ A lab fee of $25 is payable during the first week of ...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., "to be paid," from pay (v.) + -able or from Old French paiable .
Word definitions in Wiktionary
a. 1 That which is to be pay. 2 Able to be paid. 3 Of a mine etc.: capable of yielding profit; profitable. n. 1 ''(plural)'' Debts owed by a business; liabilities. 2 A thing that may be paid.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Payable \Pay"a*ble\, a. [Cf. F. payable. Cf. Pacable .] That may, can, or should be paid; suitable to be paid; justly due. --Drayton. Thanks are a tribute payable by the poorest. --South. (Law) That may be discharged or settled by delivery of value. Matured; ...
Usage examples of payable.
State, equal to a specified percentage of such dividends, the corporation being required to deduct the tax from dividends payable to resident and nonresident shareholders and pay it over to the State.
United States upon the salary of an officer, to be deducted from the amount which otherwise would by law be payable as such salary, is a diminution of the compensation to be paid to him, which, in the case of the President of the United States, would be unconstitutional if the act of Congress levying the tax was passed during his official term.
Thirdly, the citizens held the city by grant of former kings, at a fee ferm for all services payable into the exchequer, and on that account ought not to be talliaged.
I paid him a thousand the next day, and gave him two bills of exchange, payable by myself, for the other two thousand.
McAffee directed the discussion, calling on his assistant managers in turn: Hank Billings in Payroll, John Forrest in Payables, and Steve Howarth in Receivables.
The auditor had spelled the books with exceptional thoroughness, highlighting and cross-referencing anomalies across Payables, Receivables, Payroll, and the employee, customer, and vendor lists.
Billings in Payroll on Thursday morning, Howarth in Receivables that afternoon, and Forrest in Payables Friday morning.
Several times she thought the assistant payables manager was about to say more, or even something of importance, but he backed out each time.
Behind the Payables manager, all the ramp doors into the warehouse were also closed.
The Bill would need to be issued early in May and payable in late May or early June, and it would have to be transferable, since the identity of the French payee in London might not be known until later, and in any case, for obvious reasons, would need to be kept secret.
Office of the Director of Traffic in Dublin City Council decided, in deference to the sensitivities of the good people of the Dublin Taximeter Area, to refrain from describing the precise circumstances under which such a charge is payable.
Shares owned by nonresident shareholders in a domestic corporation, the tax being assessed on the basis of corporate assets and payable by the corporation either out of its general fund or by collection from the shareholder.
Over and above these wise, salutary, and patriotic measures for the improvement of commerce, they encouraged the importation of raw silk by an act, reducing the duties formerly payable on that which was the growth of China to the same that is raised on the raw silk from Italy, and allowing the same drawback upon the exportation of the one which had been usually granted on the other.
A bill was accordingly brought in, importing, that interest after the rate of three per cent, should be allowed upon every debenture, for the bounty on the exportation of com, payable by the receiver-general or cashier of the customs, until the principal could be discharged out of such customs or duties as are appropriated for the payment of this bounty.
Later that year Gar-wood was regraded and his salary increased to three pounds, fifteen shillings a week, payable monthly.