pay into

pay into
phrasal verb [transitive]
Word forms "pay into":
present tense I/you/we/they pay into he/she/it pays into present participle paying into past tense paid into past participle paid into
1) British to put money into your bank account

You can pay cash into any one of our three hundred branches.

2) pay into something, pay something into something to invest money in something such as an insurance policy or a pension fund so that you will receive money in the future

She pays into the employees' pension scheme.


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