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prepay
American English: /priˈpeɪ/
British English: /priːˈpeɪ/

Translation of prepay in Spanish:

transitive verb past tense & past participle prepaid

  • pagar por adelantado
    Example sentences
    • Drivers could be required to prepay traffic fees, either online or at street-level vending machines.
    • Under these agreements the wholesaler prepays products and fuel sold through the on-reserve store.
    • Like America, we are prepaying the expected costs of a demographic bulge in retirement.

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