paid

paid
/peɪd/ adjective
1. for which money has been given
The invoice is marked ‘paid’.
2.
paid holidays holidays where the worker’s wages are still paid even though he or she is not working
3. referring to an amount which has been settled
The order was sent car riage paid.
paid bills bills which have been settled

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