out|pay|ment

out|pay|ment
out|pay|ment «OWT PAY muhnt», noun.
1. the act or fact of paying out.
2. an amount paid out: »

One way to help thalance of payments problem would be to cut down on the Government's own huge outpayments of dollars (Wall Street Journal).


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