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Pronunciation of Payers: Learn how to pronounce Payers in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word pay:

verb (past and past participle paid /peɪd/)
1 [with object] give (someone) money that is due for work done, goods received, or a debt incurred:
[with object and infinitive]:
the traveller paid a guide to show him across
[no object]:
I’ll pay for your ticket
give (a sum of money) in exchange for goods or work done or to settle a debt:
the company was rumoured to have paid 450p a share
[with two objects]:
they paid him an annual retainer
hand over or transfer the amount due of (a debt, wages, etc.) to someone:
I always prefer to pay all my bills by cheque
(of work, an investment, etc.) provide someone with (a sum of money):
jobs that pay £5 an hour
[no object] (of a business, activity, or an attitude) be profitable or advantageous:
crime doesn’t pay
[with infinitive]:
it pays to choose varieties carefully
2 [no object] suffer a misfortune as a consequence of an action:
the destroyer would have to pay with his life
3 [with two objects] give (attention, respect, or a compliment) to (someone):
no one paid them any attention
make (a visit or call) to (someone):
she has been prevailed upon to pay us a visit
[with object] give what is due or deserved to:
it was his way of paying out Maguire for giving him the push
noun
[mass noun]
the money paid to someone for regular work:
an entitlement to sickness pay